Braylan Gray

Braylan Gray

Visual & Interaction Designer Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to 4k 27" External Monitor for UI/UX, Jan 18, 2019

    Chris Do from The Futur just did an unboxing of this monitor...it may be worth a look

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  • Posted to iPad Pro Design Tools, Oct 30, 2018

    I use the iPad Pro and Affinity Photo for my photography. It's really useful.

    Sadly, I feel like I haven't really found a good UI design tool for iPad Pro that fits with my workflow.

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  • Posted to Are Figma and XD finally getting Sketch out of the picture in UI design?, Oct 29, 2018

    Here's the thing....

    Programs like XD, Figma, Affinity Designer/Photo and Webflow are making design more accessible because they are cross-platform. Not only are they going to make dents in Sketch, they are going to make dents in Mac usage for designers.

    I switched over to PC about a year ago for freelance work and haven't looked back. I'm still just as effective and efficient a UI/Product designer/Photographer as I ever was.

    With Figma and Webflow, specifically, it might even be possible to be a full-fledged UI/Product designer with just a Chromebook.

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  • Posted to Are there any Front-End developers sites like Dribbble?, Sep 24, 2018

    Also, an oldie but a goodie https://codepen.io

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  • Posted to Tell us what you love and hate about Sketch, Aug 17, 2018

    I love using Sketch and I have very few knocks against it.

    THE BIGGEST THING I WANT: MAKE A WINDOWS 10 VERSION

    Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, Figma, Invision Studio, Adobe XD, Webflow, Gravit are all able to work on a PC (even if it's only a web version). Sketch should follow suit. We no longer live in a world where UI design is exclusive to Mac users

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  • Posted to What if our graphics editor (e.g. Sketch) turned our designs into responsive web apps automatically?, Jul 26, 2018

    Well, out of the tools you mentioned, Webflow definitely gives you the most freedom to implement YOUR design and not a template. It just requires you alter your workflow a little. You also just have to know the principles of front-end development....not the languages themselves. Yes, there's a bit of a learning curve, but Webflow has excellent documentation and tutorials.

    So I hear you and I've felt exactly the same way. However, if you don't want engineers to be in the middle you have to do it all yourself. In my experience Webflow has been the best tool to easily design and build front-end experiences without sacrificing creative freedom.

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  • Posted to Adobe will reportedly bring the full Photoshop to the iPad, Jul 13, 2018

    I'd prefer they focus that energy on allowing me to export Adobe Comp layouts on iPad to Adobe XD on desktop.

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  • Posted to Here's the rebuild of Designer News I did live using Webflow, Jun 28, 2017

    Good stuff, Nelson! I love the Webflow sitebuild streams.

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  • Posted to What're some of the best portfolios you've seen?, Jun 24, 2017

    I think this portfolio was really well done.

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  • Posted to Gravit Designer: A cross-platform design tool, in reply to Rico T. , Apr 12, 2017

    Haha, so funny you said that. I was just thinking it looks like Sketch with Affinity's illustration style. It looks good though...I'm down to give it a try.

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