Greg Milani

Greg Milani

São Paulo UX Designer @TaqtileBR Joined over 5 years ago via an invitation from Felipe S. Greg has invited Edmar Miyake

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  • Posted to Best online UX course/s?, May 14, 2019

    Some years ago I've tried Design Lab. The good part is that you have a 1:1 mentor once a week to ask some question and help you through exercises. They have several courses such as UX research; Branding; UI design...

    There's also the interaction design foundation, I don't have any experience on this platform but heard good things about it.

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  • Posted to How we designed our bank account: NuConta  —  Part I, Jan 10, 2018

    Nice!

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  • Posted to Figma — Iconic: Ryan Putnam, Oct 13, 2016

    Been playing with Figma for a while, and it's def a competitor for Sketch ;)

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  • Posted to Saying farewell to Pixate (and looking to the future), in reply to Florian Grau , Oct 05, 2016

    @Florian do you have any news about Form?

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  • Posted to Saying farewell to Pixate (and looking to the future), Oct 04, 2016

    I don't think this is a goodbye, Google will come with a new prototyping tool soon...

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  • Posted to Farewell, Pixate., Oct 04, 2016

    Let's see what's next from the people of Pixate ;) Farewell old fried!

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  • Posted to Show DN: Design Sprint Timer , Jun 09, 2016

    TAQ TIMER IN DA HOUSE!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What's the best online courses for UX/UI Design?, May 23, 2016

    I've tried some free & paid courses and the best ones for me were:

    Free - https://hackdesign.org/ Paid - http://trydesignlab.com/

    Design Lab is kind of expensive but the cool part is that you can talk to a mentor every week via skype for 1 hour. Since I was paying and was going to talk to a mentor I felt "obligated" to do my best, to have a critique of the work with my mentor.

    Hope this was helpful!

    Good luck fellow human from Brazil!

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  • Posted to GV Design Sprints who in the community is using this method?, in reply to Arthur Beisang , Mar 29, 2016

    Hey Athur, I was just wondering how everyone is doing at their companies. Where I work we've been doing it for a while, but we're still figuring out how to balance work hours and fatigue. After doing 2 to 3 sprints in a row we felt that it consumes a lot of energy of the team. Now we try to have 2 weeks of work with 1 week without sprints that helped a lot. Another thing that it's really hard here it's to recruit users, since our company is in Brazil Craig's list is not an option :(

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  • Posted to GV Design Sprints who in the community is using this method?, in reply to Matt Castillo , Mar 29, 2016

    Hey Matt, I feel you! At my company after doing 2 or 3 sprints in a row we felt exhausted! We still do design sprints but we've changed for a two week long approach and we have one week without doing sprints after initiating another one

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