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Dubai, UAE UX Designer / Co-Founder @Bunoapp.com Joined about 2 years ago
Tbh, I really like it. The learning curve is exceptionally low in this. I can create quick motions without even having to think twice. You have a new customer.
Brutalism at it finest.
This is really cool. I usually have my Apple Watch that reminds me to do so every 1 hour plus it tracks and curates a report by EOD. It'll be interesting to see how you can make it more accessible instead of having to keep your website open.
But I'm guessing you already added a desktop notification feature to this?
How am i promoting my company/product?
Since 1999? Well, maybe that's why you aren't curious about questions like these. You can just go ahead and find another thread to hate on. I will feel free to ask questions to the community and guess what? The CEO of Figma answered my question so I guess you can keep your mid-life crisis hatred to yourself and have a great day!
PS. I CARE!
I once paid a web developer to build a website for me, he never built it.
PS. It's irreversible. :(
Which app did you use to record voice if I may ask?
Recently, I started appreciating tools (especially such as Sketch) when they are chargeable because it takes time, effort and manpower to build something that can solve our problems. Plus it's does not cost as much if you think about the amount of ROI you will have using the tools smartly ;)
I recently switched from Adobe to Sketch and it was one of the best decision, EVER. I use XD usually to make quick prototypes and low-fid wireframes as I feel its less complex and easier to use. Then I switch to Sketch to make my final work.
I've personally never used Figma but it's quite a drastic move in the design industry to be able to use a design tool without have any high spec clunky desktop, all you need is internet and you're good to do.
You should test both of them and see what feels better. It's all about the feeling as a designer. ;)
Pretty sure it's one of those idiot 'SEO' agency who is trying to backlink their client's website. I've dealt with an agency like this. It's atrocious.
I think a low-quality button would be a perfect fit so users can decide if it's low quality or not. But then again, using this can give the users the freedom to click on it when they are in a bad mood.
I personally love the fact that people backlink their articles on DN, most of them are amazing as I'd rather come to DN to find a design related article because finding something on Medium that is fresh and very design realted is hard.
I guess moderation woud be a good recommendation. If I'm not wrong Reddit has a good moderation technique, if DN can impliment that then you guys can do wonders. Especially if backlinks needs to be reapproved.
Conclusion: 1. Low-Quality button 2. Moderators 3. Approval for positing any backlinks.
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