Fernando Lins

Head of UX Design at Tabmedia Joined 5 months ago

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  • Posted to Creating Design Specs?, Mar 12, 2019

    You can look for branding guidelines of companies or portfolios on google. You can even download the PDFs.

    -2 points
  • Posted to Junior UI/UX designer portfolio website review, Mar 12, 2019

    Hi Rachel, I really like your work, but as Steven said, it lacks something a bit more personal. Maybe a picture of you, or some text talking about yourself.

    Also, you might want someone to review the grammar in your text, just so it feels more professional.

    0 points
  • Posted to Are Breadcrumbs still a Thing in 2019?, in reply to Ryan Hicks , Dec 02, 2018

    +1 for testing. It depends more on how you organize the items in a shop than what is being used currenty in other sites. If your taxonomy doesn't help people find things, then it's not an issue of breadcrumbs or not. If I'm category-browsing (say, I have no idea what to buy a nephew for xmas) then breadcrumbs would be my best friends (more than search).

    0 points
  • Posted to Affinity Designer is real alternative to Illustrator?, Dec 02, 2018

    I'm one of those annoying people on the AD forum that keep complaining about how they're falling behind schedule and not paying attention to important features. I've been asking for Distort/Bend feature for 4 years. It's just not ready yet. And with every AI update it's just harder for them to keep up.

    3 points
  • Posted to Design Dots – a curated mini list of design links each day, Nov 22, 2018

    Great work. Have you published this on the Webflow showcase gallery?

    0 points
  • Posted to Using Sketch and a Wacom Tablet, in reply to Lan Belic , Nov 22, 2018


    1 point
  • Posted to How do I become a Senior Designer? , in reply to Svanhild Egge , Nov 22, 2018

    Same thing here in Brazil. I started working as an UX designer when I was already a mid-level art director, so now that I'm 7 years in UX, I've started getting requests to manage teams as a senior ux designer.

    If you don't want to work on a management level, you'll also have trouble getting higher pay (if you're working on companies and agencies, as a freelancer it's a different story...)

    1 point
  • Posted to What has been your experience with WebFlow?, Nov 12, 2018

    Webflow is awesome, I use it for my personal site (nothing too fancy) and for some freelancing stuff. They have continuous updates to the features set and always reply with great advice and help on the forums.

    1 point
  • Posted to What is your favorite prototyping tool?, Nov 01, 2018

    IMHO: Pencil, paper, and talking to a user or stakeholder. If you're talking to a tech-savyy user then you can ask them to help you design with Keynote, Powerpoint or Google Slides. Cuts all the bs and goes straight to results. Later you can choose a digital tool. If you're writing about digital tools (there are many articles like that already...) then I'd say Axure and Webflow.

    1 point
  • Posted to iPad Pro Design Tools, in reply to Rico T. , Oct 31, 2018

    Not really.. At this point the tools on the desktop version are a bit clunky and there is no support for plug-ins like Zeplin, GuideGuide and so on. They have some great ideas but the team is too small to keep up with the competition.

    1 point
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