Sam Lillicrap

Sam Lillicrap

Front End Developer + Digital Designer @ Makemedia Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to Sooo I tried "Flow" from Dan Ross, Jul 21, 2017

    Looks nice :) But I have to agree with Trev - I don't really see that the typeface is that useful for wireframing at all, as using real words that evoke semantics is half of the point of producing the wireframe.

    Maybe it could be good for loading states? Even then, I think loading in a typeface in place of CSS shapes might be a little overkill

    4 points
  • Posted to Beyond the iPhone by Ben Thompson, Sep 09, 2016

    Mostly agree - the airpods and removal of the jack are more of a statement than an innovation. We've had the equivalent with bluetooth headphones for years

    0 points
  • Posted to Tool for designing animation in CSS3?, Feb 16, 2015

    This might be what you're looking for?

    http://cubic-bezier.com/#.17,.67,.83,.67

    I've found it pretty useful in a couple of scenarios

    1 point
  • Posted to Best empty state ever., in reply to Gabriel Lovato , Dec 16, 2014

    I think anyone's allowed to not like comic sans, and if they don't it doesn't mean they don't know anything about design.

    You can still respect it's use-case and application in certain situations and not like it aesthetically :-)

    I agree though, it's not that funny and would probably benefit from explaining to the user how they would go about importing their sketch files

    3 points
  • Posted to October: A Transformative Month for Designers, in reply to Casey Britt , Oct 01, 2014

    I completely agree - I can't really see what this article is getting at. It seems like it's talking about the present, talking about applications we have now - rather than the future except for that something might come from Adobe (and LayerVault?)

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