Jordan Koschei

Jordan Koschei

New Paltz, NY Lead Designer at Agrilyst Joined over 10 years ago Jordan has invited Tirkish Method

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  • Posted to Fun parody of the new, Oct 05, 2017

    Is it just me, or does this feel more consistent and put-together than the actual site?

    It's not trying to do too many things. And it doesn't jank my browser.

    21 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Zarya Faraj, Aug 28, 2017

    This is really, really beautiful.

    Clean type, clear rhythm, simple layout, and strong content. Plus, the scrolling feels silky-smooth. Can't beat that.

    Huge kudos to the designer.

    0 points
  • Posted to Scout – Next Steps, Aug 27, 2017

    Not a bad mea culpa, but it's still surprising that Scout wasn't vetted more prior to release.

    The feature was superficially polished, but didn't have the substance to back it up. Seems almost like a metaphor for something...

    0 points
  • Posted to What ToDo list are you using (more general, not only work)?, Aug 10, 2017

    Things 3!

    9 points
  • Posted to Site Design: , Jul 18, 2017

    [ironic comment referencing complicated modern development technique]

    14 points
  • Posted to How do you wear your UX hats?, Apr 09, 2017

    Actual hats.

    Every designer should have:

    • A bowler hat for user research
    • A top hat for writing up case studies
    • A propeller beanie for client presentations
    • A fedora (Indiana Jones-style, of course) for wrangling pixels
    • A backwards-worn baseball cap for testing

    Other hats may be necessary on an as-needed basis, but these are the core hats.

    12 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Never Use Papyrus, May 23, 2016

    You should give some reasoning why not! If I weren't a designer and I stumbled across this, I'd be left wondering why it remotely matters.

    I'd also want to avoid perpetuating the sense that design is about preferences, or a few (mostly indecipherable) rules. There are lots of great reasons to use something besides Papyrus, but unless someone knows them, they're just engaging in Cargo Cult design.

    8 points
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