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Cihad Turhan

Cihad Turhan

UI Developer and Designer Joined about 6 years ago via an invitation from Ibrahim N. Cihad has invited Kerem Sevencan

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  • Posted to Show DN: I made on puzzle game on boolean operations, Mar 25, 2019

    Congrats Mark, It's quite a fun game. Really nice idea!

    Before clicking the link, I thought it was a game related to boolean operations in programming (as zeros and ones) and said to myself, "hey, how creative can it be?" then I realized it's boolean operations in vectors (although they have same logic)

    Two feedbacks:

    • Add a success sound when you successfully complete the stage, or buzzing sound when you fail.
    • I didn't fully get when I should use the operations. Take game-pad icon, I move the base first, then move the other buttons to right. After all, I click "subtract" button. Does that mean all the buttons will be subtracted from base? or, will it just subtract the last button from the button before last? Hope this helps you to get the problem Edit: Never mind! I figured it out after I played a few more stages

    Thanks

    0 points
  • Posted to Slack new logo!, in reply to Cameron Getty , Jan 18, 2019

    Here is your healthcare service logo: Healtcare

    3 points
  • Posted to 10,500 icons | The worlds largest icon library - Streamline Icons 3.0, Jan 09, 2019

    Although it's a good price for 31.5k (or 12k) icons, I would like to choose which icon set I want to buy. For example, I make an ecommerce product so I would like to buy "Interface Essential", "Shopping Ecommerce" and "Shipping Delivery" categories. Right now, I need to pay highest price to ensure all the icons in these categories included.

    2 points
  • Posted to What do we think of Fiverr?, Aug 08, 2018

    THIS is what I think.

    26 points
  • Posted to Supernova Studio, Mar 14, 2018

    Anyone tried? I'd like to hear some feedbacks. It seems like more or less a prototyping app but I gotta install it. Publishing iOS, android and react-native app at the same time seems a huge deal.

    0 points
  • Posted to Blokks — Incredible, embeddable schedules, in reply to Parvez S , Feb 13, 2018

    BLOKKS

    0 points
  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, Feb 13, 2018

    Seems like nobody noticed but I liked the subtle animation starts as a perfect circle and becomes a hand-drawn circle.

    1 point
  • Posted to The laziness that kills good products , Feb 09, 2018

    You have collected very accurate phrases that we did or may hear during a product meeting. Maybe there are thousands more.

    However, I strongly suggest not doing them when you build your product at the first time. For example, no one should expect an A/B testing for an MVP product. Some features should be added in the mature period of the product not at the day one.

    0 points
  • Posted to Hard time adapting to using Xcode, in reply to Spencer Bigum , Dec 27, 2017

    I have some my list of priorities during mobile development. These are:

    • Building user interfaces as fast as possible (that also mean reusable components)
    • Customisation of any UI
    • Tooling (Seeing application data in any instant and inspect all network requests)
    • Performance

    I put performance below because it depends on what type of performance you need. Do you need image manipulation, data encryption, video streaming? If you need such kind of stuff, I suggest you to stay in native. Otherwise, if you have doubts on UI performance, you don't need to worry. React-native is a library uses native functions eventually. Just check out new Skype, Instagram, Upwork Apps, and some open-source examples (like F8 app, and Chain-React app) and see it yourself.

    1 point
  • Posted to Show DN: Convert any existing web application into native ios and android apps , in reply to Levon Terteryan , Dec 27, 2017

    Thanks. As far as I see, you have a wrapper that supports notifications, admob and some other native features.

    3 points
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