Chinmay Kulkarni

Sydney, Australia Visual + Motion Designer at Syple Joined 5 months ago

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  • Posted to "Holes" Sploosh Logo and Packaging Design, May 10, 2020

    Awesome stuff! Haven't composited images on photoshop in yeaaars. This makes me want to go back and do it again.

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  • Posted to Are you using animated SVGs?, Apr 21, 2020

    I've just started getting into SVG animations recently and love it — it's so powerful since users can directly interact with the animation. SVG combined with GSAP is pure gold. Here's the netflix intro animation I recreated with SVGs and GSAP:

    I've used lottie before and it's great as well. I did have some issues with file sizes however.

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  • Posted to Free 4+ hour course by SuperHi: Plan, Design + Code Your First Website, Apr 07, 2020

    Keen on trying this one after I finish the javascript one! Been meaning to make my folio from scratch for ages!

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  • Posted to I've made a better mockup finding website. , Mar 26, 2020

    Since they're handpicked, it'd be cool if you could add tags on them so users could filter through the options a bit more efficiently. Like under the phone category, you could have further categorise them under "isometric" or "showing hand" etc.

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  • Posted to New iPad Pro, in reply to Jeremy Santy , Mar 18, 2020

    Ooh, I didn't think about this. Even design tools with mouse support like Affinity Designer. Counting down the days to March 24th now.

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  • Posted to How do you like to code prototypes?, in reply to Max Paladii , Mar 05, 2020

    I personally don't. But here's an article about how you can use it:

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  • Posted to I wonder where they got their inspiration from for the design... *cough Stripe, in reply to Gary Simon , Mar 05, 2020

    Not the landing page, the product page for Stripe Payments:

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  • Posted to React Links for Designers, Mar 05, 2020

    Slowly working my way up to React. Still at javascript but looking forward to it!

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  • Posted to How do you like to code prototypes?, in reply to Max Paladii , Mar 05, 2020

    Depends what you're prototyping and how in depth you want to go. I've always started from scratch because I've often been testing small localised features (for example how animations will play according to the user's scroll position) — so I've never needed to go all out and use component libraries.

    In terms of process, Webflow was the step I'd take after I was confident with my design in Sketch/Figma. I used Webflow primarily to test interaction and to see if my concept would actually work on the web. So yeah it was also pretty close to the final UI.

    Once you start getting the hang of it, I'd try moving to Codepen since it's just a lot more quicker to achieve what you're after.

    Hope I answered your question!

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