Be nice. Or else.
UX/UI Designer Joined about 2 years ago
It all makes sense now
I didn't realize DN has a deal section. They offer 40% off first 3 months using the code "WEBFLOWLOVESDN2017'
I only used 1 line of code the my side project that I have been playing round with for the past 2 months. I learned to dance around some of limitations, but I can live with it cause its simple to use and update. Its worth trying.
Wow an actual UX case study that showcases notes, issues and user testing videos. Actually this is very useful to see how other runs workshops.
Its not too difficult. Just keep an eye on your css class names. There are limitations when thinking outside of the box of some of their widgets and collection without knowing code. However its worth to play with an idea. Its this generations Geocities.
I agree. Using their scenario of the napkin. The architect gets the sense of the size and priority of each room, which starts the conversation from point B rather then A.
My take of the article is about communication. If you tossed the client's idea on a designer desk and say give me 3 ideas at the end of the day with no context... thats were you get the pretty but pointless solutions. Sadly, you are right I have many clients that just want to make it "nice" and quick.
Aaaa! Thank you! I think I fixed it. DN doesn't validate https links. https://dataofthrones.co/
I agree, taking a long walk even at lunch helps a lot. Taking a 10 min break will help you save 30+ mins of pixel pushing or FB surfing cause your brain is tired. I do my best thinking away from the screen and distractions.
For very dull sprints, I tend to fiddle around with a person project or researching hobbies just so I can survive the two weeks. At least for myself, nothing was worse then feeling unaccomplished at the end of the day.
Best tweet so far "The only problem Dribbble designers are trying to solve is how to get more likes." by @tvrdek
Be nice. Or else.
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