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Government experts often say that because they’re writing technical or complex content for a specialist audience, they do not need to use plain English. This is wrong.
Research shows that higher literacy people prefer plain English because it allows them to understand the information as quickly as possible.
Applies accross the board: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/content-design/writing-for-gov-uk
Yes. But you have gestures, so that's cool, right? I mean no one uses guides these days.
Right guys? RIGHT?
Creative design and great execution. Smooth as butter on my MBP 2020 edition.
I bet all the moaners here are millennials anyway /s
If you're going to go minimal, at least get your tracking nailed.
Can you see that now?
If you aren't viewing with a high-end Macbook Pro, then you don't deserve to be looking /s
(OK, I'm a little jealous)
Yes. Fixed now.
I've been using it since my 2.5 year old copy of Suitcase Fusion stopped being supported. As in completely stopped working. Thanks and FU Extensis.
Anyway, FontBase seems fine for what it does, but the general UX and overall product design is not as good compared to Fusion.
Send the exported Mac App output so that they can have a play. Brilliant feature.
A Product Designer would also include elements of UX research, whereas UX/UI Designer would typically work alongside a UX Researcher as well as a Product Manager.
It's not "better" to be either, just where specialties lie.
Do you want to be a "jack of all trades" or have sharper focus in a narrower part of the product development cycle?
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