Evan Schoepke

Evan Schoepke

Greater Seattle Area Product Designer and Growth Lead Joined over 3 years ago

  • 3 stories
  • 5 comments
  • 13 upvotes
  • Posted to What if our graphics editor (e.g. Sketch) turned our designs into responsive web apps automatically?, in reply to Braylan Gray , Jul 26, 2018

    We use Webflow extensively at Bonsai and it's kind of like a strategic asset for us because it really does allow us rapid prototyping superpowers. Over half of our team is Webflow proficient and that makes a massive difference in terms of development time saved. Framer X is brilliant, and it's the start of a larger trend but I think for me Webflow will be the tool to watch in the next two years. I just filled out a Typeform survey that they sent me and it's hinted that they are looking to at least add a login module soon (one that hopefully plays well with Oauth), in addition to their E-commerce push. These steps are slow and iterative but very much in the right direction in terms of what the community needs. I would love to see them release a mobile app design oriented tool soon too, excited for the future.

    6 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Will Figma Ever Become a CMS?, Apr 30, 2018

    I honestly think Figma and Webflow should merge that way Figma gets a CMS and Webflow get a focused mobile design tool and design system builder.

    1 point
  • Posted to Webflow — NEW FEATURE / copy & paste across projects, niiiice., Apr 18, 2018

    Wow, this is SUPER exciting, every day I find another reason I absolutely love Webflow. I just want to give a big thank you to both the community for advocating for this amazing feature and to the Webflow team for making it happen so quickly!

    1 point
  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, Feb 13, 2018

    I think Typeform 2.0 the product is great, this homepage not so much. Personally, I feel the colors are interesting and different, but the "strands" are odd, and like others have mentioned it does a poor job communicating to users what Typeform's product actually does. The irony here is that David Okuniev the co-founder of Typeform is one of the best designers that I have ever met and yet It seems they contracted with an outside agency to do most of this rebranding, why? The more I look at this homepage the more confused I am about their design choices. Oh, and also the hand-drawn circle motion icon is cool, especially when paired with their new motto "a little more human", but that motto isn't anywhere on the homepage or next to the icon like it is on their blog...?

    4 points
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