Paul Riehle

Paul Riehle

Scottsdale, AZ Art Director in Scottsdale, AZ Joined almost 8 years ago

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  • Posted to Kap — Capture your screen, in reply to Zip Zap , Dec 12, 2016

    Seems like the .gif and higher than 15fps would be the two features quicktime doesn't have.

    1 point
  • Posted to YouTube is Beta Testing Live Previews, in reply to Cihad Turhan , Aug 01, 2016

    Likely because it would cut down on some of the click-bait videos if you can see a preview. One less click is less money in ad-revenue.

    2 points
  • Posted to Best monitor for a MacBook Pro, Dec 09, 2015

    One more for the Dell U2715H. Great quality and around your price range.

    12 points
  • Posted to CareerBuilder's new logo, Sep 21, 2015

    This is probably one of the worst directional shift in a long time. This is something from the mid-90s when illustrator became used in the mainstream and designers were still learning what is possible with vector shapes. Extremely out of date, odd design choices and no one seemed to check if it was still legible as a mark at 30px, because it's a mess at that size on their site.

    3 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Fantasy, Aug 10, 2015

    They have been teasing a redesign for about 3 yrs now. I'd like to see all the revisions that got them to this. Sure, it's subtle and clean, which I appreciate, but worth the 3 yrs wait? I don't know... It gives me the feeling of a well designed WP Theme. Maybe the hype train got the best of them.

    3 points
  • Posted to redesign, Aug 10, 2015

    Yeek, where am I supposed to look? It definitely lost visual guidance and hierarchy. It's getting in the way of the work they are supposed to showcase.

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Venamour, Aug 07, 2015

    Clean and smart. Site design compliments the product very well.

    0 points
  • Posted to The Debut of Beme, a Social App That Aims for Authenticity, Jul 17, 2015

    Although I have a lot of respect to Casey and his other work, I have a hard time seeing this gaining much momentum beyond it's launch. The problem I see is that the vast majority of peoples' lives are ultimately boring. Even more so when they are unable to edit, curate, or describe what they are sharing. It's going to end up with people holding down their finger to view something with zero context and more often than not it will be a boring 8 seconds of someone looking at their feet. After the 15th time of that, I think people will get over it and move on. There is nothing less interesting than seeing "authenticity" at its dullest.

    On top of that, there is something unsettling to not being able to see what you actually just recorded (even after you upload). Did it actually work? Was I covering the lens with my finger? Was it cropped correctly? Did I have my microphone off? Did it pick up on the racial slur my friend just shouted out because he knew I was recording? You have no idea, and will users be comfortable with that?

    I still will give it a few sessions and see what becomes of it, but after first impressions, I see it staying small.

    16 points
  • Posted to NYTimes rethink on behance, Jun 22, 2015

    Sure in "real life" this redesign would be an impossible monster to implement, but with out boundaries anything is possible and can start a conversation. Just because it can never happen (now) doesn't mean these personal concepts are a waste of time. They can bring up questions on what is actually possible. If you never push, nothing will advance.

    2 points
  • Posted to 7 UXperts Share Most Annoying Usability Mistakes, Jun 18, 2015

    A model page overlay to join a newsletter before I even start reading should be on the list... This site is a mess.

    1 point
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