Christopher Chae

Co-founder Joined about 4 years ago

  • 26 stories
  • Posted to Convert design feedback into tasks and connect with Slack/Figma, Mar 17, 2020

    We're launching soon, so if you're interested, let me know :-)

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  • Posted to I've started a design newsletter. 77 subscribers and counting., in reply to Orlene Picard , Oct 14, 2019

    Hi Orlene, thanks for the interest. We've sent out last Friday, have you received it? We'll be sending this week's letter this Friday again. :)

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  • Posted to I've started a design newsletter. 77 subscribers and counting., in reply to Ryan W , Oct 09, 2019

    Haha of course, $30/mo is for our product, not the newsletter. Newsletter is free :)

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  • Posted to I've started a design newsletter. 77 subscribers and counting., in reply to Fulgenzia Delucci , Oct 08, 2019

    usually on fridays! thanks for the support :)

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  • Posted to I've started a design newsletter. 77 subscribers and counting., Oct 07, 2019

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  • Posted to How to be Productive in a World of Likes, Tweets, and DMs, Oct 01, 2019

    curious how others do it (being productive & staying productive)? comment here to discuss!

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  • Posted to New Yahoo! logo, Sep 23, 2019

    looks like

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  • Posted to How do you guys track designs, components, and requirements changes and make sure all parts of the application gets updated?, Sep 23, 2019

    Hey Angel. Thanks for some good thoughts. I think what it comes down to is, whether you have a good, sustainable system when developing design projects. A system that pre-defined its processes to the granular level, so that people exactly know what to do.

    Too much freedom lets people rename files using whatever convention they feel like using. Too much freedom allows people to skip making updates to others. Too much freedom lets people update a file without writing a single sentence describing what they changed.

    Too many times we've seen this with the teams we were part of, and we'd like to change that. We believe that well-defined workflow and subtle constraints make a good combination when it comes to managing creative projects.

    An example of how a software tool can help out with this is specifically requiring a user to write detailed descriptions of what they changed on an update. Another one is the ability to view a project in a logic-tree view. See exactly where you started, who branched out and merged with the master file. See how the progress is being made.

    We are currently building a product that exactly solves this pain point. I'd love to chat if you have 15 minutes? Want to know more about what makes you actively seek solutions on this. Let me know!

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  • Posted to Launched on Product Hunt! Painless Design Feedback and Simple Version Control., Sep 03, 2019

    Hey all - We're on Product Hunt today!

    Feedback by Pixelic lets you painlessly manage design feedback and organize files via simple version control.

    Our team first started with an idea to connect remote designers overseas (from US-perspective) with US-based clients. When approached to clients with a pool of designers and a sales pitch that included software that can help them manage remote design workforce, they all bought into the idea of the software, more than the designers themselves. That's when we saw an immediate need in the creative collaboration space; there's no specific tool to manage remote design teams today albeit thousands of project management software for general teams.

    We hope you like it, would very much appreciate any kind of feedback/support.

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  • Posted to From being a Strategy Manager at $500B company to being a cofounder at $0 startup., Aug 27, 2019

    Sharing my thoughts on why/how I chose to leave a stable career and start a new startup company.

    Working at Walmart was one of the greatest experiences I had. It gave me perspectives on what it takes to run a $514 billion business. Now I'm on my own feet building a startup alongside two other cofounders.

    If you read my article, reply to this thread! I would love to hear your thoughts.

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