Martin Bavio

Martin Bavio

User Interface Person Joined over 7 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. Martin has invited Eduardo Del Balso, Eugenio Berzal, Carlos Bruscoli, Paul Scrivens

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  • Posted to Aesthetics, informationArchitects, Aug 24, 2018

    You lost me at showing me an ad of your ship product at the end of such an eye-opening piece.

    0 points
  • Posted to Made a guide on how to do good UX research, would love any feedback, May 31, 2018

    Really, really, great resource. Congrats!

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Are Designer News fonts not loading?, in reply to Duke Cavinski , May 30, 2018


    1 point
  • Posted to What the hell happened with DN?, in reply to Ryan Glover , May 30, 2018

    Oh the always expected and welcomed "do it yourself" kind of response. I find it really ironic and meta that you seem to be whining in the most whining and bitching place of your life lol

    0 points
  • Posted to What the hell happened with DN?, in reply to Roman Pohorecki , May 25, 2018

    But the problem is not the aesthetics of DN, it's the content.

    It's nice that a few minutes is good enough for you. Means that you could be really astonished if the site made you stay for like a half an hour. That's how it used to be when there was content coming out of it.

    3 points
  • Posted to What the hell happened with DN?, in reply to Dan Winer , May 25, 2018

    What about a worthless comment in a worthless piece of content?

    3 points
  • Posted to What the hell happened with DN?, in reply to Andrew Wilkinson , May 25, 2018


    In my opinion, it's not a technology problem, as there's no need to create new features to fix it. The kind of content is what needs to change.

    When Kelly and Allan were around taking care of that, I feel like they worried more about the quality of the content, not only by applying moderation but also by leading the community with efforts to have better content (AMAs, giveaways, etc). Feel to me like they really cared about the content in here. And so the community cared.

    Don't get me wrong, most of the improvements that Arix suggested are great and probably could help the site, but the real change that I'd like to see in here is for you and those 30 people that you mentioned to contribute in here as if you really care about the quality and outcome of your baby. I know you adopted it, but it's still your baby.

    2 points
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