Be nice. Or else.
UI/UX designer, France Joined over 3 years ago
I use Raindrop since a year or more now and I agree, that's the best for me. It's a really great tool, and since you can organize really well I use it both for personal and pro links.
I'm using Chrome singe ages now. It was like 10 years ago and back then FF was very slow. Later I loved how everything works in a Google environnement, from the desktop to the phone, with a tablet, etc, with one user.
Maybe I'll change because FF Quantum seems a lot faster and more secure about privacy. Not that Google has not a lot of informations about me now but it's ethical. It has more meaning to me to support FF that Google. I'll just wait for more tools and plugins before changing browser. :)
I learned a lot, thanks for sharing ! Local visual aesthetic is surely something I wasn't thinking about, I'm a little ashamed. It makes sense. Sometimes we're so focus on trends we forgot to design UI for people.
I was surprised that some people navigate by visuals only, too ! That was really interesting. Must be amazing to work on a project like that one.
My worst nightmare ! Thanks for sharing !
Nothing to say, I really like what you do on general on UserOnBoard. So, just, thanks !
I don't know if I'm dumb or something but what is the problem ? For the user I mean. He knows that if he clicks, something will happen, maybe it will take him somewhere else and that's all, isn't it ?
Furthermore, I'm not sure every user has the reflex of opening every link in a new tab. Because I understand the problem is mainly in this ? If it is, I don't think the problem is the design but the name of the button, mainly.
Nice ! I have an old colleague who work on this as his final school project some years ago, it immediately remember me of it : right here.
However I find your ponctuation more clear to read.
I love it ! The project preview on hover is simple but so neat. Very nice work !
I never really thought about it. I don't really care about the ownership, in fact : whenever you work at an agency, a product-base company or even as a freelance, it's always a team project for me - client included !
Inclined to work on, I suppose ? :) Outside project or mine are both cool for me, the difference is that maybe, there is more chances that an outside project could be less fun to work on, depending of the client.
I never worked at a product-based company but I think I will be bored. What I love by working at an agency is the variety of clients - lots of things to learn and do.
Be nice. Or else.
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