Be nice. Or else.
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I'll just note, I had to stop using the MM with Sketch because it was incredibly easy for me to accidentally zoom (command+scroll).
I like that the "crude wireframes" was just a digital mockup photoshopped onto a sketch pad.
Roboto was a good choice here, actually.
And yeah, as others pointed out, somewhat suspicious that there are quite a few accessibility problems here for something based in health care services.
I find it's a great replacement for quite a few tedious meetings and a good way to tamp down details, while less likely to take me out of my work process. Like anything, however, it's a tool and takes a bit of strategy and experience to make it work for you and your team without becoming noisy or frivolous.
I had that thought too...at least Photoshop let you globally link to anything. For me, not everything needs to be a symbol, but I'll roll with this in the meantime.
They've said they'll support this when it comes out of beta (re Twitter)
I've been using Abstract for a little while and I enjoy noting commits with changes, as well as the interface for organizing my files into projects.
I'd say it's mostly beneficial for folks working in larger teams (I don't) but it'll be interesting to see how Abstract develops over time.
I know one way would be to stop using only WASP supermodels in Dribbble shots.
Yep you guys, time to wrap it up. Hope you all have a professional backup, like landscaping or something, because Crello has finally arrived to put us all out of work.
I agree, it might be useful for small marketing teams.
Be nice. Or else.
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