Kip Holcomb

Kip Holcomb

Los Angeles Designer @ Fender Joined over 4 years ago

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  • 104 upvotes
  • Posted to Breakpoints in Sketch, in reply to James Lane , Jan 18, 2019

    Ah, I see your point. That does make sense. I could easily find an article that describes this scenario:

    https://litmus.com/blog/5-things-you-must-know-about-email-consent-under-gdpr

    "When someone downloads an ebook or other content from the Litmus website, they do have the option to subscribe to our emails by checking a box. Signing up for emails is optional—you can always download the ebook without subscribing to our emails."

    Great to know. You win :-)

    0 points
  • Posted to Breakpoints in Sketch, in reply to James Lane , Jan 17, 2019

    Oops, there it is. I found the suggestion you're quoting on Page 21:

    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/711097/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr-1-0.pdf

    Also in that section are the consent requirements:

    • "Consent requires a positive opt-in."

    So, you do have to type your email address and also tick a checkbox. That's definitely opt-in.

    • "Explicit consent requires a very clear and specific statement of consent."

    Below the form, it states "I agree to receive occasional product updates and new product announcements. You can unsubscribe at any time". That's a clear and specific statement.

    So, not sure what the issue is. This is pretty common. He could charge $5 instead I guess? I like that it's free

    6 points
  • Posted to Breakpoints in Sketch, in reply to James Lane , Jan 17, 2019

    Link to that quote in the GDPR please?

    1 point
  • Posted to Slack new logo!, Jan 17, 2019

    Aww cute, someone must have hired a new creative exec.

    -5 points
  • Posted to How do you share UI issues and bugs with your developer or development team?, Jan 16, 2019

    Make a ticket or code the fix myself and make a pull request. If it got through the Design QA phase, I'm to blame anyway.

    2 points
  • Posted to Which monitor do you have?, Jan 08, 2019

    I got a new monitor last year and went with the LG 27UK850-W 27" 4K UHD IPS ($699 on Amazon) and have been loving it.

    4 points
  • Posted to Introducing Padding in Sketch with Anima, Nov 06, 2018

    It doesn't seem to work with library symbols. Made a simple button and it doesn't resize after the override text is changed.

    0 points
  • Posted to How do you give feedback on design implementation to developers?, Nov 05, 2018

    I make the minor tweaks myself and submit pull requests to save tons of back-and-forth with them.

    0 points
  • Posted to Adobe XD MAX Release, in reply to Michael Ninness , Oct 23, 2018

    Ninness! I heard—awesome news! Always looking forward to the next release. I know it's in good hands :-) Hope to see you soon too. Cheers.

    (TIL emojis break DN comments)

    0 points
  • Posted to Adobe XD MAX Release, in reply to Meenal Relekar , Oct 15, 2018

    That feature is basic pinning and frankly isn't anything that saves time with real responsive layout work. When a designer makes a mobile size adapt to a desktop-sized width, they don't just stretch all the elements out. They hide and show different elements, they change orientations of lists, they swap the positions of things, etc. Pinning does not help with any of that.

    XD could destroy this entire market if they actually worked on features that made layout easier. Framer X made a Stacks tool that, combined with fraction units and percentage units, lets you make 1 component that can re-flow from a vertical list with 5 items, to a horizontal list with 10 items. That's a modern layout feature. It's what we all need more of, but nobody else is doing it.

    15 points
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