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Nikhileswar Jangala

Nikhileswar Jangala

UX Designer Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to AMA: Framer Team On Framer 2.0, The Complete Product Design Tool, May 31, 2017

    Hey guys,

    I always get excited with every Framer release. You make an awesome product. And when I see your release videos/ website I always want to start working with Framer.

    But when it comes to workflow, as a designer with minimal or no coding, it is not very intuitive. I think you can make more tutorials showing end to end work flows (highlighting all new features like flows/ modules etc... their advantages and all). May be if we get an idea of solving simple things end to end in Framer.

    Thanks :)

    3 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: How to use baseline grids for Android design in Sketch?, in reply to Roberts Ozolins , Oct 08, 2015

    Exactly. I read so many good articles about baseline grids, vertical rhythm and wanted to use it in my designs. Any idea if this issue is solved in Sketch 3.3.4?

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  • Posted to AMA: I'm Matias Duarte, a VP of Design at Google!, Mar 03, 2015

    Hi Matias!

    We are about to design an Android app and our app requirements and google guide lines are not matching. So we would like to break those guide lines and make our app.

    Our app is about finding stays in different locations. People can search for stays, chat with stay owners and book, can explore etc Google suggests that we have to place all of them in a left side drawer but we want people to easily switch between search listings and chats. So we adapted a tab method.

    Problem here is when a user switches tabs (say search tab to chat tab) the context in nav bar changes (say New York, USA in search tab to, Agent Name in chats) which doesn't fit with guidelines. Any solutions for this?

    And again we thought the tabs are of a higher family than the nav bar. So can tabs be placed above the app bar? We are breaking the guidelines but isn't it logical? Please let me know your thoughts. It will help us a lot :)

    Thanks!

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