Be nice. Or else.
Product Designer Joined almost 3 years ago
Really curious to see the change in the analytics after this redesign. Same with Dropbox. I would strongly guess that in both cases the important numbers have dropped. It feels like lately strong design teams are taking over their companies and make it all about design / art and not about the users.
for something quick and dirty I use "startup design framework" generator by designmodo. for other things i just code
regarding your edit: i think the UI / product design looks nice mostly because it's similar to what exists today. it's free of colors - there is only one CTA color (blue) and only the illustrations get the added ones. Problem about it is that it makes the product seem off brand. From a brand that's very colorful and artistic to a product that's 95% white and some blue touches.
obviously an ad & two users created only to promote it. mods?
Step 1: Create a good design Step 2: Work with a good developer who gives a damn about design
it's their business model. you're a paying user + you give a lot of claps to someone = you give them some of the money you paid. the # of claps you give basically mean "what percentage of the money you're paying medium, would you want to be distributed to the author?"
Crello: Works like Canva, sounds like Trello.
enter link > stock photos and sticky social share buttons > leave page
(although Pro members can still search designers for $3/mo without the new "Scout" features, which is totally reasonable.)
are you sure about that? I think they removed this feature. otherwise why would anyone want to pay $2400/y for scout? getting a dribbble invitation is easier.
Be nice. Or else.
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