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  • Posted to Newly simplified Airbnb homepage, in reply to Connect firms , Jan 06, 2017

    Go away

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  • Posted to I made an icon for every day of 2016!, Jan 03, 2017

    Cacti made me smile #012

    Really impressive, I would never be able to keep this going for as long.

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  • Posted to InVision is Awesome But Not Perfect, Nov 22, 2016

    I think you really did a good job here. For me, if I'm nitpicking, the only thing I can see that is lacking is a conceptual improvement angle.

    In other words, offering your solution for the bigger picture – Where would you take this product next rather than making small UI / UX tweaks?

    That would have been a bit off brief, granted, but really taken your presentation to an even higher level.

    Thanks for sharing. Interesting and well presented article.

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  • Posted to InVision — Inspect: Pixel-perfect design handoffs for your team, in reply to Ariel Verber , Nov 15, 2016

    How? Can you expand? We use Zeplin, which is working fairly well for us, albeit with a few bugs.

    So. Should we switch?

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  • Posted to Dear Microsoft, in reply to Suganth S , Nov 02, 2016

    Dat text leading :(

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  • Posted to Basic UI/UX Design Concept Difference Between Wireframe & Prototype, Jul 13, 2016

    "A prototype is an early sample, model, or release of a product built to test a concept or process or to act as a thing to be replicated or learned from."

    The above statement is from Wikipedia. I'm inclined to agree with this analysis. A prototype can be constructed from a Wireframe, on Paper, hi-fidelity creative design – whatever is required to get the job done and provide insight and/or validation of a concept. That's the end goal.

    So yes, a wireframe CAN also be a prototype.

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  • Posted to Site Design: The New Paris Metro Map, in reply to Dirk HCM van Boxtel , Jun 17, 2016

    I tried both approaches and it still looked like a big plate of spaghetti :/

    Aesthetically more pleasing though, I guess...

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  • Posted to Jeffrey Zeldman Launches a New Studio, Jun 13, 2016

    For some reason the site design isn't doing it for me. Maybe it's the slanted text...a bit gimmicky perhaps. I thought we'd moved on from that.

    But hey, what does he care? Jeffrey's a legend.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Sketch AND Illustrator?, in reply to Jan Semler , May 09, 2016

    Good shout, but don't you mean Adobe XD? Last time I tried it, it wasn't quite production ready...Maybe that's changed...

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Sketch AND Illustrator?, in reply to Matthew Blode , May 09, 2016

    This.

    Sketch offers better production workflow (Zeplin, InVision), Illustrator offers a more powerful overall toolset.

    We use both quite happily side by side for what they're good at – Sketch for UI production design, Illustrator for vector graphic creation. They both kind of suck at what the other is good at. So, pick your weapon.

    When working on a team project, you're going to have to choose one or the other as the master files really. Too many inconsistencies with the files going between .ai and .sketch

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