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Michael Rurka

Michael Rurka

Montreal Joined over 4 years ago

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  • Posted to Asked to make 70+ page wire prototype. Madness?, in reply to Tom Reinert , Jul 14, 2019

    Can you import Sketch/Figma into UXPin? TIL UXPin can do states and logic <3

    Proto.io also does this.

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  • Posted to Asked to make 70+ page wire prototype. Madness?, Jul 14, 2019

    The difficulty with multiple screens are the states involved, and the logic of multiple possible paths per button.

    Proto.io (https://proto.io/) has component states you can utilize in prototyping. It's quite a good tool. Used it to mock up a one page checkout experience with multiple states per section. That may be of use to your challenge!

    But to your point, I'm with you. Though, it really depends on the client (how much money is involved) and resources. If anything, take it up as a challenge :)

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  • Posted to How to work smarter as a Product Designer, Jun 26, 2019

    Wrong label.

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  • Posted to Byozo — An App for the Ambitious, in reply to S C , Jun 20, 2019

    this

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  • Posted to Byozo — An App for the Ambitious, Jun 20, 2019

    Kind of confused by the messaging. Is it online courses? tips and tricks? –– I like the idea that you gotta start small on your brain, but how exactly?

    EDIT: After reading the comments above, 2 questions remain: 1) re: the task list, who sets the task list? We do? And 2) How is progress "shown" to us, and how is change in focus measurable/perceivable?

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  • Posted to Whimsical Mind Maps: In-Page Interactive Demo, Jun 19, 2019

    Hi Steve,

    Big fan of Whimsical for the flow charts and UI design functions. Excited to try out the mind map on our next project. Great work!

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  • Posted to Stubborn - Free Illustrations Generator, Jun 18, 2019

    Imo what's not being considered in the other comments is that this can be a great starting place for designers that don't have time to make from-scratch custom illustrations. I see the benefit in grabbing visual elements and making them your own.

    Same rationale is applied to Bootstrap templates. It's fast to set up, and once you're set you can modify it to make it your own.

    Good idea, good product.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Milkshake - Make websites from your phone, Jun 11, 2019

    Pretty damn smart, imo. With the rise of Instagram and the mobile era. Not to mention the ability to iterate and adjust our brand presence—especially in the beginning stages of personal brand discovery.

    The demo video is well made, too.

    I can see myself recommending this product to insta-friends who are not versed in web development et all.

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  • Posted to How i Designed App in 2 days. , in reply to Dalsukh Tapaniya , Jun 10, 2019

    3-4 hours from start to finish or 3-4 hours on the visual design?

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  • Posted to Shared files: how do you handle this?, in reply to Kirsten Felbert , Jun 10, 2019

    Can you show/tell us what your naming convention looks like exactly?

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