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Raquel Roman Parrado

Raquel Roman Parrado

UI/UX Mobile Designer at WebComrades Joined almost 6 years ago via an invitation from Victor E. Raquel has invited Anonymous -

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  • Posted to Goalstrm app - for football/soccer fans., in reply to Peter J , May 01, 2014

    Yea we thought of that. Maybe we can add it in an update of the app. Thx for taking the time to comment!

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  • Posted to Goalstrm app - for football/soccer fans., in reply to Graham Kinsinger , May 01, 2014

    For the moment it's only goals and final (match) results. We wanted to focus on one thing and see if it has some success. Providing the data is very expensive so that's why we started out with this. Later on we can add more data like yellow cards, red cards, ... And thx I do my best to make the app look good and have a nice UX.

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  • Posted to Goalstrm app - for football/soccer fans., Apr 29, 2014

    Goalstrm has a live feed, where you can see all the goals and the final results. You can storm (like) your favourite players to the top. They will appear in the trending pages. You decide who's hot and who's not! The app also provides videos and sharing options.

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway Winners, Apr 15, 2014

    Yay! Happy to win a copy of the book! Thank you DN and Meng To.

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway Winners, in reply to Michael Henry , Apr 15, 2014

    Wow thx for the compliment! Really nice to hear when people like the things I make. Was really fun to participate.

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  • Posted to Couple just released Alice, an AI application, in reply to Peter J , Apr 12, 2014

    Yea I was thinking exactly the same thing :p

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway, in reply to Shane Boyce , Apr 12, 2014

    Nice layout for a dark theme! I like it =)

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway, in reply to Tierney Cyren , Apr 10, 2014

    I don't really call that a problem. If the "client" wants to keep the pixel avatars (which are fun) I can easily change it. Whether it's a circle or a square, pixels or a picture, doesn't really matter. It doesn't affect the UX or usability.

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway, in reply to Jared Kennedy , Apr 09, 2014

    Lovely to hear that you like it Jared =) !

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway, in reply to Greg Rosen , Apr 08, 2014

    Thank you, Greg.

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