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Jonathan Shariat

Jonathan Shariat

Mountain View, CA Designer @Intuit | Author @O'Reilly | Podcaster @DesignReview Joined over 5 years ago via an invitation from Jim S. Jonathan has invited Leban Hyde

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  • Posted to This Person Does Not Exist, in reply to Adam Fisher-Cox , Feb 14, 2019

    It gets calculated on the fly so it might be the calculation thats taking a while.

    4 points
  • Posted to Sketch 53, in reply to Darren Treat , Feb 08, 2019

    +100 I've never wanted a section to be hidden

    1 point
  • Posted to Does anyone here actually use UI kits?, in reply to Bobby Womack , Feb 08, 2019

    This has been the main use from what I've seen. Devs and startups who don't/can't spend on design at the stage they are in.

    2 points
  • Posted to I was inspired by "10 year challenge" and researched how popular iOS apps have changed. What do you think?, in reply to Elis Lilo , Jan 29, 2019

    Its crazy that the big change only came recently. It was categories and lists for waaay too long.

    0 points
  • Posted to DN mobile app - when?, in reply to Alexis Creuzot , Jan 02, 2019

    Do it! Pleeeeease.

    0 points
  • Posted to Flat Design vs. Traditional Design: Comparative Experimental Study, Jan 01, 2019

    "A flat icons search is performed almost twice as slowly as a realistic icons search, and is characterized by a higher cognitive load."

    Wow.

    I've had this gut feeling that this was the case, it just makes sense that the more affordances someone has, the lower the cognitive load and the better the usability. I hope this triggers more discussion and research into design topics.

    I hope 2019 will be more usability focused and less about homogenous trend following visual first design.

    Let's bring back depth, detail, affordances, but only if it improves the experience. Let's borrow from the real world again, but only after we test it. Let's open our minds to different visual styles that show our users we care about craft and thus we are worthy of their time because if we care about craft we'll put their needs first. Let's make designs that always meet AA standards of accessibility and take account for good and bad user behaviors. Let's make designs that are as inclusive as possible.

    Lets make 2019 about good, solid, user-centered, observation based design!

    2 points
  • Posted to Figma now has Overlays, in reply to Adam Szakal , Dec 04, 2018

    Aw thats too bad :(

    I think thats been the lifeblood of Sketch, without plugins its a very limited app

    0 points
  • Posted to Figma now has Overlays, Dec 03, 2018

    You could always make a plugin: https://www.figma.com/blog/introducing-figmas-platform/

    1 point
  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, Dec 03, 2018

    hey heads up your site is getting blocked at work for a security issue with your https cert I think.

    1 point
  • Posted to Are Breadcrumbs still a Thing in 2019?, in reply to Ryan Hicks , Nov 29, 2018

    +1 for Baymard. Check out their free reports and consider buying the full thing if it makes sense.

    0 points
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