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You regularly post on here, I think your illustrations are quite good -said this on your previous posts already. As far as I've understood, your blog has a more relaxed tone. imho you've nailed it on this one. Kept the overall design structure but got managed to get the more formal tone in accordance with the content.
On a side note, there's a lot of discussion going on about how effective GDPR was. There are a lot of, if not even more, data breaches in the post-GDPR Europe. There are ones that we talk, Facebook & Google etc. but as a European resident I can say that it has changed almost nothing. It's actually worse, now any site I enter asks for cookies and other annoying stuff while people who breach GDPR get away with it. Google and Facebook both are facing lawsuits but it's years away from getting any results. Sorry for the long post, I'm just quite annoyed at hype around these privacy acts when they have zero impact.
More or less I'd say. The mention of Quill made me smile but I think VR apps are plagued by low-quality games like Incell and it honestly feels sad as VR is about getting immersed. This post is probably the best I've seen so far as it's not plagued by games too much.
Kingspray is quite good and do we even need to mention Expeditions? C'mon...
The thing about these lists is that they focus mainly on visual design but VR imho is at least %50 visual design, %50 sound design.
Going solo is definitely an exciting path but it has it's own risks/problems and requires an entirely different mindset.
People management can be tricky, even for people who were trained to manage people. Not sure if it would be appropriate but you can adjust your path to be a leader not a manager.
You'd still be responsible for people but you wouldn't be merely managing them. A team lead usually also is an IC but they are act more like an architect rather than the worker. Maybe your company culture would enable such a direction.
Which day do you send it? Excited to see the content
While I'm quite new to DN, I came with high expectations tbh. I was expecting a lot of discussions, tips & tricks or any type of interaction. It's just another version of Quora where people shamelessly promote products, themselves or whatever.
Not sure how that can be handled but I don't necessarily agree with the poster as it should be the community that keeps the wheels turning. No effort from the site owners would do any good if it's just a easier to penetrate PH (which is already made extremely easy).
But hey, the 'x site is dying' post always works. But to the contrary of what I saw on different platforms the community really wants DN to work. I believe we can work from there.
I really like your style. Very clear and straight to the point. It gives the main idea of each section clearly. Especially with articles like this (which are kinda too long), simple images with light colors are like a fresh breath of air.
On the side note, don't we have enough churches and more than enough worldly problems to deal with??
Impressive as always. Great work!
The part where it shows your stats actually reminded me of a quit-smoking app I used a couple of years ago. It also had a share option to share my progress (doesn't make sense to share that info, I'd take a quick screenshot and share it with my friends from time to time. I think it's similar for Tesla too. Even if I had one, my friends would perceive it as showing off maybe?
Really excited to see your next case study.
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