Sasha Turischev

Los Angeles, CA Founder & Art Director at Zajno Joined over 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Growing more human: a journey to empathetic AI, in reply to iterati design , Mar 19, 2019

    Well, Maslo itself is an AI technology that interacts with users through the mobile app.

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  • Posted to A space of trust: how great working relationships make for great websites, in reply to Sacha Greif , Jan 09, 2019

    Sasha, thanks a lot for your feedback and sharing your opinion, I do appreciate it. I see what you mean and I understand where it comes from, but you’ve actually given the answer to your critiques in the Edit part of your comment: indeed the primary objective of the website was to produce “wow effect” and not to get lost among dozens of similar websites, that’s why we tried to make it stand out. Of course, the metaphor we used is not as clear and communicative as usual symbols and visuals that are usually used for telecom websites, and it doesn’t allow being more specific about each product’s distinctive features. However, not using conventional symbols was actually the point, instead we had to communicate the futuristic nature of the product and make the website look as appealing as possible.

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  • Posted to Button Effect Experiment, in reply to Joshua Turner , Nov 23, 2018

    True, Andrew kinda mention these points too, but then decided not to go into detail. Cool! Happy to hear that, and glad we're on the same page.

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  • Posted to Button Effect Experiment, in reply to Adam Fisher-Cox , Nov 22, 2018

    Thanks for your feedback, that might be an option too.

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  • Posted to Button Effect Experiment, in reply to Joshua Turner , Nov 22, 2018

    This is dope man, using CSS absolutely makes sense here. One of the reasons why Andrew, our developer, decided to use JS was that he was and is going to experiment with a few more effects. And JS was a more convenient and quick way to achieve this effect for Andrew.

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  • Posted to Visualizing money: how we explained a complex financial product using animation, in reply to Tor Løvskogen Bollingmo , Sep 26, 2018

    Go to 'How it works' section. You'll find 3 main types of exchange shortly explained and illustrated with the help of metaphorical animations. However, at least some background knowledge of the industry might be needed as it's not an easy thing to understand even after you've read a few articles about it. You may find some answers you need in our article though.

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  • Posted to Visualizing money: how we explained a complex financial product using animation, in reply to Mattias H , Sep 26, 2018

    Thank you for the kind words. That might depend on a bunch of factors including device characteristics, retina screen has nothing to do with it though. Thanks for the feedback!

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  • Posted to Visualizing money: how we explained a complex financial product using animation, in reply to Razi Tudorevici , Sep 25, 2018

    Thank you for the kind words. Yeah, and it was a pleasure for us to work on this project too. It always feels good to have some room for experiment.

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  • Posted to Zajno Grid - Project Release, in reply to James Mikrut , Apr 06, 2018

    That's a source we created where Zajno Crew members could share some awesome stuff. It's all about getting to know each other a bit better. Hope you could find something inspiring or useful to you too.

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  • Posted to Top 5 Principles of Character Animation, in reply to Robin Goyal , Feb 20, 2018

    Thank you! Well, it's not really supposed to, why? The article is mainly for those who create character animations :)

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