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Fri Rasyidi

Fri Rasyidi

UX+Visual Designer Joined over 5 years ago

  • 3 stories
  • 34 comments
  • 48 upvotes
  • Posted to Font size naming convention, Nov 20, 2019

    I'm using a mix of Title and size, usually like this: Title 1, 2, 3 (sometimes use more when needed) and then body size with multiple different t-shirt sizes: X-Large, Large, Regular, Small, Micro. Sometimes I also throw in 'functional' classes when needed.

    I like this approach because it's simple, help us think about information hierarchy and allow us to be versatile when creating interface elements at the same time.

    1 point
  • Posted to What Markdown/Word editor do you use?, in reply to Stephen Thomas , Nov 22, 2016

    +1!

    Very light and customisable.

    0 points
  • Posted to What is one of the first things you ever designed?, Nov 21, 2016

    I really love the home screen man!

    0 points
  • Posted to What sketchbook and pen do you use?, Nov 21, 2016

    Post-Its and Sharpies for me.

    I do have a Moleskin notebook I used to use, but I have the tendency to overthink when sketching on my notebook since it feels permanent. So I love Post-Its better where I can just throw off ones I didn't like.

    13 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Is your workflow broken by the latest Sketch symbols/styles update as well?, Apr 27, 2016

    Well tbh, the new symbol system actually improved my works by A LOT like:

    • I have full control of all my symbols since I don't have to worry messed a symbol up since it's locked in different page,
    • it can nest symbols too—I used to have to manage a lot of icons and painfully replace them one by one
    • I can just create modals/entities and then add the contents later…
    • …and then easily change states without redoing the contents
    • it's far easier to manage my assets slicing too since they're all already in a single page.

    As for copying symbols, not replacing the current one is very desirable. If it's replacing the old ones in your symbols directory, there's a good chance it accidentally ruin your current design.

    I do have a solution for your icon problem that I use. You can actually change the symbols' BG color without affecting the symbol's rendering.

    You can do it by selecting the symbol's artboard, change the BG color, and then turn off "Include in Instances". You can also turn off the "Include in Export" option to make sure you won't export the BG color when it's exported. Here's the screenshot on how to do it:

    BG Color Symbols

    2 points
  • Posted to Adobe's Project Comet (now Experience Design CC) is finally out, Mar 14, 2016

    Dude, you're not supposed to share this news yet.

    1 point
  • Posted to Bad joke?! The new daimler logo., in reply to Hüseyin Yilmaz , Nov 27, 2015

    Interesting. They should've spent some more time in trying to simulate the reflection.

    2 points
  • Posted to Will Bohemian release a bug free version of Sketch before the community runs out of goodwill?, in reply to Satyajit Sahoo , Oct 31, 2015

    Well, you should consider yourself really lucky then. I used it everyday and always have to face bugs here and there.

    One of the most frustrating is that the latest update this Oct makes all my plugins not working. Worse, saved documents from the latest version is not compatible with earlier versions, so I can't just roll back to earlier version even if it's possible and my coworkers are forced to update as well.

    I'm (and my coworkers are) really looking forward for Adobe Comet now.

    4 points
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