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João Ramos

João Ramos

Berlin, Germany Product designer Joined about 6 years ago via an invitation from Daniela A. João has invited Fabienne Pimenta

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  • Posted to As a UX designer, what do you consider the must-read book(s) about behavioral psychology? , Feb 20, 2017
    • The Design of Everyday Things, by Don Norman
    • Designing for Emotion, by Aarron Walter
    • Don't Make Me Think, by Steve Krug
    • How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie
    • Focus, by Daniel Goleman
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  • Posted to As a UX designer, what do you consider the must-read book(s) about behavioral psychology? , in reply to Paco Durán , Feb 20, 2017

    It's sort of a follow-up book, Paco.

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  • Posted to Am I trying to hire the wrong designer?, in reply to Gavin McFarland , Feb 13, 2017

    I fully agree with Gavin. You're looking at two different people here — even if you do find a person who fits most of those requirements, it would certainly be too much to handle and the outcome won't likely meet your expectations. I'd look for a UI or visual designer with experience in mobile (to tackle the last couple requirements) and a user experience designer to support that first role (and tackle the first couple requirements.)

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  • Posted to Snap.svg - A JavaScript SVG library., in reply to EJ Fox , Oct 23, 2013

    I have to say I find D3 (as well as its predecessor Protovis) a little hard to digest. I'm not sure if it's because of its approach or syntax, but I always had troubles figuring out how to chart my data with it. I do understand it does pretty cool stuff, though.

    On the other side, Snap.svg seems to be quite designer-friendly. The syntax Dmitry (which by the way is the guy behind Raphael) is using is a plus: it's closer to jQuery, thus making charting slightly easier for the average designer. I can only speak for myself, of course.

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