Be nice. Or else.
By that logic, my friend working as a Network Engineer is also a UX Designer! I will tell him, he will be pleased.
Yup, which is why I asked my question ;) It can be done manipulatively. Facebook used the same technique when saving privacy settings if you remember.
I see. Maybe a confirmation message that the submission went through is a faster and more standard (accessible too) approach :) Anyway, thank you for your answer. Good luck with launch!
Hey congrats for the announcement. Looking really promising.
I actually went ahead and gave my name and email address to get early access. Right when I submitted these private information, a loading bar was displayed while a promotion message appeared (something like "share and get 3 months free"). I was wondering if the loading bar was used as a technique to get more people to share? There is no reason I know of that a website needs a loading bar when submitting a form. Submitting such little amount of information to a server is pretty much instantaneous.
I felt a bit manipulated right there :p
Beautiful website, lovely curation. Not expecting any less from Ueno. That tagline on the other hand is really disturbing. Maybe I'm old and I don't understand the joke, should there be one.
Had to log in just to say how much I hated that video. Will never buy.
Signed up to get access.
Not so sure about the collaborative aspect; I mean, could be useful but I'm not missing it too much in the current state of my workflow.
Now, the auto-layout feature is something I'm super interested about. Always wondered why Sketch hasn't done it yet.
Congrats to the team working on this. Looking forward to trying it out!
Yeah, I was more bitching about the design itself :p
I'm really glad that whoever did this is not in charge at Facebook :o
My only question is:
Why did you kill the QOTD? :cry:
EDIT: just saw it down the list on the frontpage.... AAAAH, wish it was still on top :p
Apart from that, good job. Keep going!
Be nice. Or else.
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