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Rob Gill

Rob Gill

Leeds, UK UX Designer and Director at Provius Joined almost 4 years ago

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  • Posted to Zeplin 2.0 — Components and a ton more goodies, Jun 21, 2018

    Colour reordering! YESSS!

    Not sure why am I so happy about this, but I am. Thanks Zeplin!

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  • Posted to Zeplin 2.0 — Components and a ton more goodies, in reply to Darmau Leo , Jun 21, 2018

    Clearly someone doesn't value their time

    1 point
  • Posted to Running an agency, May 08, 2018

    Aw I love Julian's work. His guide on building muscle is amazing, bought me some adjustable dumbbells since reading that. Looking forward to this it sure it will be as in-depth as the rest on his work!

    1 point
  • Posted to Illustrated Playing Cards & Top Trumps - World Cup Legends, Apr 18, 2018

    The guys at Provius have been hard at work in their spare time trying to realise a dream. To get a kickstarter funded.

    With Illustrations from Lee Shackleton, and player insight from former Head of English Language at Goal.com Paul MacDonald.

    With the World Cup only 2 months away, they're perfect to pass time, show off to your mates or keep around the office coffee table... ok, thats the elevator pitch over, but feedback is also welcome! :) Thanks for taking a look!

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  • Posted to Marvel to change pricing 21st April, only 2 free projects, in reply to Branz N , Apr 16, 2018

    Marvel have announced they're working on Prototyping inside Sketch... I'm suspect the pro price might be timed with that release.

    Aimed at Sketch users who need slightly more advanced prototyping (sticky headers and scroll to anchor). If so, pay for marvel, at least until Sketch has advanced prototyping. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    0 points
  • Posted to Native web components — a free Sketch Library, in reply to Rhys Merritt , Mar 20, 2018

    Thanks Rhys <3 that's great feedback. Really keeps me motivated to keep doing projects like this. I see I'm not the only one to have needed it in the past :) glad you might find it useful!

    1 point
  • Posted to Workflow help, Mar 20, 2018

    Leaving a large company last year, where we had a very similar set up to what your describing (Sketch + InVision), and setting up my own company meant that I was faced with your exact problem. But also an opportunity to rethink how I wanted to work.

    For me first and foremost it mean using the right tools. Whats going to make my life easy and enjoyable? Secondly it meant value for money (which is different to total cost).

    In the end I decided on Sketch + Zeplin.

    Reasons... Sketch -plugins, community, very well established. No matter how good InVision Studio is, it's not going to be radically different from Sketch, also it's not here right now and I need it now! Zeplin - the devs had great love for Zeplin, we'd never got to use it before but I wanted to, support was great in answering questions and they have a personality that makes me happy to use it.

    For prototyping I've been using Marvel, its half the price of InVision. And is great value for money.

    I use this plugin for user journeys and it's pretty bad ass... https://abynim.github.io/UserFlows/

    And InVision launched some very similar arrows to FlowKit a while back... https://www.invisionapp.com/blog/scalable-connection-arrows-sketch/ No where near as sophisticated... but a good back up if UserFlows isn't working for a particularly tricky flow.

    2 points
  • Posted to Native web components — a free Sketch Library, in reply to Hüseyin Yilmaz , Mar 19, 2018

    Your welcome Hüseyin! :)

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  • Posted to Zeplin now supports Sketch 49's new Prototyping goodies. Export your artboards with links to Zeplin!, in reply to Jrtorrents Dorman , Mar 06, 2018

    plugins

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  • Posted to Sketch adds prototyping in version 49, in reply to Emanuel Serbanoiu , Feb 28, 2018

    sketch update

    I think I'll wait for the 49.1

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