Chris Plosaj

UX Lead Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Does anyone use InVision DSM?, Nov 28, 2019

    I'm the design system product owner for a very large company. The team has been using DSM for almost one year, and it has adequately served our needs. We have not encountered any workflow issues that have prevented us from using the platform, such as pushing updates and pulling components. However, it certainly feels a bit buggy and incomplete at times. The biggest opportunity for Invision would be to shift their focus from reinventing the wheel with Studio and instead put efforts into growing DSM to offer more functionality and customisability. There are some pretty significant limitations with the documentation layout, styling of text and 3rd party integrations. However I see this potentially improving in the future.

    Zeroheight is another platform that the team has considered. There are pros & cons with using either platform; both are very similar but ultimately we preferred InVision because of their ecosystem.

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  • Posted to What's your email signature look like?, in reply to Charlie Pratt , Nov 22, 2017

    Agreed. "Please consider the environment before printing this email." makes me cringe so hard

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  • Posted to Facebook is a little bit different in Canada, Feb 17, 2017

    interesting. #3b5998 in Hong Kong

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Animated iPad on landing page, Jun 02, 2016

    There are also quite a few other ways to do this other than what's already mentioned.

    If it is a complicated UI, you can add the prototyping screens to Adobe XD, link them, then run and record a user journey. This is saved as a .mov by default but you can convert to a better extension for web usage if you want. This is similar to Marvel app although it is anutomated.

    If it is a simpler animation, you can animate a .svg easily using CSS. There are many online resources for this. This is a cool option because you can also animate per realtime feedback, and use vectors which scale nicely on web.

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