Jan Haaland

Norway @ casestudy.club Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Inside Ueno Agency Case Study Process, in reply to D G , Dec 16, 2019

    Yes, I totally agree. It's hard to match someone who has their own case study team... Taking snapshots along the way helps, it becomes easier to piece the final story together.

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  • Posted to Inside Ueno Agency Case Study Process, in reply to Jim Silverman , Dec 16, 2019

    You're right. It's definitely challenging. But I think the same applies to design, where the solution is unknown (until you arrive at it). I'm guessing they do final edits post-project. Maybe I'll do a follow-up next year to hear how they're doing with this process.

    0 points
  • Posted to Do you read «Case studies» and find it useful?, in reply to Pedro Pinto , Dec 07, 2018

    Thanks, man. That means a lot!

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  • Posted to Do you read «Case studies» and find it useful?, in reply to Pedro Pinto , Dec 06, 2018

    Thanks for sharing, Pedro! I'm Jan, the maker of Case Study Club.

    I completely agree... Case studies come in many different shapes and forms. Mostly based on intended use and audience.

    Since we’re discussing companies showcasing client work; I think it’s ok that their case studies are marketing material, angled towards prospective clients.

    On the other side, you can find long-format case studies posted on Medium and shorter-condensed versions found in portfolios.

    These are written by designers (like you and me). Their audiences are fellow designers eager to learn or design leaders looking to hire.

    In Case Study Club most of the featured case studies are the latter kind, sprinkled with occasional exceptional company features.

    Now... to answer your question; Yes, I do read case studies. To learn, grow and connect. Useful :)

    4 points
  • Posted to Golden Remote UX Design Job Opportunities, in reply to Russ Brown , Nov 02, 2018

    Thanks, Russ.

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  • Posted to Golden Remote UX Design Job Opportunities, Oct 29, 2018

    Thanks, Todd! I'll have to test a few new headlines. Might just be as simple as "Remote UX Design Jobs".

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  • Posted to Golden Remote UX Design Job Opportunities, in reply to Weston Thayer , Oct 29, 2018

    Thanks for your feedback, Weston. Confusion was not something I was gunning for. Clearly, I did my job poorly, as I was aiming for a semi-humoristic angle with the «golden remote» metaphor. I’m testing the waters here, so the current source of the listings is Remote OK. If you sign up you’ll get an instant mail notification when new listings get added (automated trough Remote OK RSS and obeyed by the API rules).

    2 points
  • Posted to I'm redesigning the Startup Watching website live! Not a designer, but it should be fun. , Oct 07, 2018

    Thanks for sharing your process, Andrew! Live is the new now.

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  • Posted to Webflow or Sketch (with Marketch), Jun 14, 2018

    Webflow is more a developer tool for designers. It’s recommended to design in Sketch first, then move to Webflow. Great for prototyping and smaller sites.

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  • Posted to Interview with Simon Pan: Reflection, growth and the art of the case study, in reply to Benjamin Valmont , Jun 01, 2018

    Thanks! He has set the standard for high-quality design case studies. A great inspiration!

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