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Portland OR Designer Joined over 3 years ago
I really enjoy my Chrome Industries Bravo 2.0. Waterproof and sleek with a good amount of organization. It's also nice that it's the murdered out version for extra hip points.
Way late response. Can't believe people didn't eat this up and I missed it. This is huge!
Check the alt tags for bonus points. Pleased to see a well designed article about accessibility that doesn't skimp on the details.
Hats off to the team. This is phenomenal, impactful work.
I thought the same thing. Seriously awesome. Even if this is concept work, it's quickly becoming more and more of a very real possibility.
This product space specifically has a great balance of exciting tech/thinking and necessity.
November Five has a plugin (and artboard naming convention) which inspired me to create my own to fit our typical project needs. EDIT: You literally work for November Five. My bad haha.
Regarding symbols, you may have already come across this post by Lloyd Humphreys but it's a pretty good line of thinking for getting a convention in place.
Kidding aside, I'm curious to hear about performance and any news on Invision V7.
I'm curious to hear about how you are using git. Is your gatekeeper stashing all the sketch files in a folder within a repo and going from there? Is everyone documenting their "commits" individually then passing them forward?
Our team is pretty excited about Abstract, but we're holding out for a built in dev handoff and hopefully some kind of API for programatic export of master branches.
Also, we're trying to leverage google team drives per project. Bit of a head scratcher there, but promising nonetheless.
In the same boat here. Excited to see companies pushing industries forward. Alternative food sources which are healthier and more sustainable is a really interesting space. I'd love to have a part in a project like that.
Another good example of forward-thinking: https://exoprotein.com/
10/10 just for the updated Oregon trail game. Whoever did this should get an award.
Be nice. Or else.
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