Be nice. Or else.
Head of Creative Joined over 1 year ago
Cacti made me smile #012
Really impressive, I would never be able to keep this going for as long.
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.
How? Can you expand? We use Zeplin, which is working fairly well for us, albeit with a few bugs.
So. Should we switch?
Dat text leading :(
"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.
I tried both approaches and it still looked like a big plate of spaghetti :/
Aesthetically more pleasing though, I guess...
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.
Good shout, but don't you mean Adobe XD? Last time I tried it, it wasn't quite production ready...Maybe that's changed...
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