Asis Patel

Asis Patel

Product Designer at Playground Inc Joined over 5 years ago

  • 18 stories
  • 27 comments
  • 19 upvotes
  • Posted to 9 Life lessons I learnt from doing improv, in reply to Cory Dymond , Oct 31, 2017

    Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment and I'm glad the article found itself a fitting home

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  • Posted to Goodbye England, Hello Canada, in reply to Sjors Timmer , Aug 25, 2017

    Awesome to hear you have found a home in London! Thats interesting you mention about the upcoming danger and it isn't something I have thought about. What are ways in which you dealt with this/advice you could give me from your experience?

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  • Posted to Goodbye England, Hello Canada, in reply to Dylan Smith , Aug 23, 2017

    Haha so I went to Quebec City for my first day as a place to start. I ended up going right across your country and down the west coast and I've recently moved to Toronto!

    Are you enjoying London? if you are back in Toronto anytime soon let me know - I love the city!

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  • Posted to Goodbye England, Hello Canada, in reply to Sjors Timmer , Aug 23, 2017

    Hey Sjors - that sounds amazing where did you move from? Such an adrenaline rush being in a new places isn't it!

    Those are great questions and things I'm going to dig deeper in upcoming posts. Something that turned out to be quite easy is doing things alone, a great way to spontaneous adventures daily and much less effort to plan, I just needed to get over the stigma of being seen alone. On the contrary it's been hard to make genuine friends so it can get lonely at times but my friendship circle is growing slowly but surely - it just takes time. I'll dig deeper into both those topics in my next posts!

    How about you - what turned out to be hard for you? What turned out to be easy?

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  • Posted to When card UI design doesn’t work, Sep 13, 2016

    Really interesting read Rob, as someone who works designing editorial websites this is a great case study. The world has gone mad for cards but is this really the way forward. ummm

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Are Web Safe Colours still important to follow?, in reply to Kemie Guaida , Sep 12, 2016

    Thanks Kemie for clearing that up! Just double checking :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Are Web Safe Colours still important to follow?, in reply to Richard Bruskowski , Sep 11, 2016

    ha ha ha I know a bit of a rookie question I just wanted to double check

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  • Posted to Show DN: Goal Live Scores Case Study, Sep 01, 2016

    A brilliant case study. Really like how you have displayed the old designs besides the new designs. A big fan of the GIFs which show the well thought out transitions. Top work!

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  • Posted to Show DN: Solving 10 UX Problems in 10 Days, in reply to Rob Gill , Aug 23, 2016

    Really appreciate your kind words! But your right next step is to iterate, iterate and iterate some more!

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  • Posted to Show DN: Solving 10 UX Problems in 10 Days, in reply to Darren Treat , Aug 23, 2016

    Thanks Darren, really do appreciate your thorough feedback on my work! These prototypes are all work in progress very much "initial ideas". The mindset I had when I was doing them was...identify problem - think of an idea - create - Ship it! Then revisit and refine, refine, refine. Your comments are really encouraging and given me some great ways to push my ideas forward.

    Just a few comments to reply to yours...

    1: Really interesting you mention the psychological effects such as "anxiety and ruins user comfort". I did outline the use of intensive apps would drain the battery at different levels. Maybe there is an idea here which isn't as literal as a timer

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