Stefano Vitagliano

London Designer Joined almost 4 years ago

  • 15 stories
  • 27 comments
  • 18 upvotes
  • Posted to Do you use design decision logs?, in reply to Todd Cantley , Nov 08, 2018

    May I ask why you wouldn't use one? I feel that relying just on memory when explaining a design is poor. Especially when some time has passed by. At least for relevant projects.

    0 points
  • Posted to McKinsey report: The business value of design, Oct 31, 2018

    Haven't finished to read it all yet, I thought it's worth sharing it.

    0 points
  • Posted to Does anyone else feel guilty for being a product designer?, Oct 02, 2018

    You can try to find a more ethical company to work for. Or do some work for free for no-profit and humanitarian organisations that always need design work but are often without money to invest. You'll gain a real world experience which is more valuable than any dribble exercise.

    3 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Anyone use Figma or XD for client work?, in reply to Kamushken Roman , Sep 30, 2018

    You can share the prototype link and not the link of the design. He shouldn't be able to comment or see your mouse pointer.

    4 points
  • Posted to Ordered posts in DN homepage, in reply to Spenser Wolz , Sep 26, 2018

    Thanks for the explanation

    0 points
  • Posted to Introducing: Interactions for Figma, Aug 24, 2018

    Do you think it's possible to simulate an expandable object like an accordion?

    1 point
  • Posted to Good version control tools for designers, Jul 17, 2018

    Figma. I can't recommend it more. No other tools needed. No more invision and avocode. No retro compatibility issues on your files or when there is new release. No more files on the server. Every design file has it's own url and is accessible from everywhere and with every machine. Versioning and prototyping.And you can use it for free if your team has just 2 designers. Import your sketch files and you're good to go.

    8 points
  • Posted to Design conversations, in reply to Ismael Branco , Aug 10, 2017

    I think the 140 characters limit is not suitable to articulate any sort of reasoning. It's more prone to generate the kind of comments we hate most like: "yup bro, I'm with you"..

    1 point
  • Posted to Dan Perrera, Jun 09, 2017

    Finally something new.

    4 points
  • Posted to How do you organise your stock images?, Jun 02, 2017

    Especially if you work in a team.. how do you manage/catalog/share resources?

    0 points
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