Josh Dunsterville

Josh Dunsterville

Building community at Figma - https://spectrum.chat/figma Joined over 3 years ago

  • 7 stories
  • 8 comments
  • 22 upvotes
  • Posted to New Version History in Figma!, Mar 19, 2018

    You can now manually save versions in Figma, adding annotations, and overall getting a better look at the history of your file.

    1 point
  • Posted to Component Architecture in Figma, Mar 14, 2018

    Here's a great article about building components in Figma from one of our power users Thomas Lowry!

    5 points
  • Posted to I built one of Sketch’s largest online communities. Here's why I’m joining Figma, in reply to Marcel M. , Feb 21, 2018

    Hey Marcel. I definitely have a lot of ideas for the community! Right now I'm putting together a plan and making sure it aligns with the product, community input, etc.

    With that being said, to start I'll be introducing a more structured list of channels. Right now everything falls in general or feature requests which isn't ideal. Along with this we'll start doing scheduled AMA's, feedback sessions, etc.

    I'm just getting started, but you should hopefully start seeing some more activity and movement very soon. ;)

    p.s. I'd love to hear any ideas you have about how to make the community better. My dm's on twitter are open. :)

    3 points
  • Posted to Looking for logo feedback, in reply to Daniel Baldwin , Oct 27, 2017

    Cool. Yeah first reaction was that I quite liked it. Especially the color. The muted red works great with what you're trying to portray. To me the heart mark doesn't quite say anything about data. Maybe if you broke it up into multiple pieces it would work a little better. Overall though I really like it!

    4 points
  • Posted to Looking for logo feedback, Oct 27, 2017

    What kind of feedback are you looking for?

    0 points
  • Posted to Never Sit Dull — Design Canvas of Josh Dunsterville, Sep 22, 2017

    Thanks for sharing! :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Let's talk about daily/weekly UI challenges… are they worth it?, Nov 17, 2015

    Yeah, I mean I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with UI challenges, but to me they just feel kind of hollow. I think there's a better way to go about it where a designer, especially a beginner, can learn both their craft, and solve real problems at the same time.

    Although this may just be me ;) I'd love to get your feedback via the survey in the link :) Thanks!

    1 point
  • Posted to Team Sketch: A community for Sketch designers powered by Slack, in reply to Sacha Greif , Jan 07, 2015

    Thanks Sacha. Will do. I'm currently working on an update to the site. :)

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