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iOS assets can be delivered in PDF format. For iOS devs, it's a great format to use
It's great that this was a valuable experience for you, and excellent to hear you've now been hired by MOBGEN - congratulations on that!
Interestingly, I wrote a small piece for our company blog about take home tests, and why I don't like them. I'd be interested to know your thoughts on having to do a take home test.
Here's the article I wrote here: https://medium.com/hacking-talent/design-take-home-tests-are-no-good-7505684e00f
If you can be replaced by a design system - you're not offering much value to a design team to begin with.
So - if 1000 people pay for a boost of 500k views... Dribbble will need to have a minimum of 500,000,000 page views within 30 days to deliver on those boosted profiles.. Have I got that right?
Not sure how I feel about this... It seems a little bit weird but I can't put my finger on why it feels weird without sounding like a negative nancy.
I wonder what will happen if a lot of people boost their profile.. Does boosting your profile become less valuable if there are thousands of other people who do it as well? Or is there some kind of weighted system?... I'm curious to know how this works.
I love that this title directly goes against the Figma post from 23 days ago.
I commented in that thread:
I think it's interesting that you understand design systems to be something that automates a designers job. I've felt lately that a design system is something that helps a design team focus on more important things. If we have a system that makes the UI component of our job faster, and more efficient, we can focus on a lot more than just skinning new UI.
Imagine smaller teams being able to focus on truly testing usability, prototyping crazy new ideas and creating new functionality that they just didn't have time to conceive in the past because they were too busy pushing pixels.
I think Design Systems will help designers have much more impact on business, and when that happens, designers could become even more of an asset.
I was happy to see your article - and I agree with what you've written.
agreed. super skeptical - and not interested enough to go down a weird rabbit hole to read it.
Whenever I see you on here, all I can think of is this glorious comment you left:
FB has designers? I doubt. It's an ugly and poor UX crap, always has been.
Why do you have two accounts? And why are you commenting on your post from your other account? Weird...
Couldn't agree more. The comment I made on this post here (https://www.designernews.co/stories/92926) is still a little bit relevant.
Low hanging fruit. Trash article made entirely to spark up a
heatedconversation and get clicks so that designers on here might sign up as a Freelancer.
Toptal should just buy advertising instead of spamming their articles.
Be nice. Or else.
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