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Weston Vierregger

Weston Vierregger

Designer Joined over 5 years ago

  • 3 stories
  • 331 comments
  • 3 upvotes
  • Posted to Playdate, in reply to Adam Szakal , May 23, 2019

    are people enjoying their modular line up? seen a lot of mixed reviews

    1 point
  • Posted to Is anyone on Daisie?, May 10, 2019

    how come i cant tell what this is without signing up? i dont want to sign up to know what it is

    6 points
  • Posted to Introducing Framer Playground, in reply to Eric Chu , May 09, 2019

    My problem with Framer X is that I feel it lacks a true POV. As a design tool, it's reasonably featured and makes creating basic interfaces a breeze. I personally designed a multi-page website in Framer last winter, and it slowed down considerably with around a dozen content-rich full-page artboards BUT I did enjoy working in Framer for the most part (the "Graphic" workflow, to create an icon for instance, took some getting used to but was great conceptually once I got it... similarly the "Stacks" are INSANELY powerful when designing UI, and I like Framer's approach here better than Anima's stacks in Sketch, personally)

    However, on the prototyping side, it's also only "reasonably" suited for the task. The code-driven workflow here, to me, was actually a step back from the original Framer Studio -- which I felt was actually a more straight-forward product.

    As it is now, I'd prefer Framer X did one of these VERY well rather than do both of these "good". If anyone remembers Pixate, I would much prefer prototyping and motion control tools like that amazing product featured. On the flip side, if Framer X were more like Framer Studio on steroids -- e.g. fully fledged design-centric React IDE that relied used a Sketch file as input -- then it'd also have a welcome place in my workflow.

    As it is now, I feel like the Framer's code persona too obtuse and it's design persona too limited.

    0 points
  • Posted to Helvetica Now, Apr 09, 2019

    wait what

    5 points
  • Posted to Pseudo Design Titles, Mar 25, 2019

    why does this hijack the shit out of my back button???

    2 points
  • Posted to Best Monitor under 500 dollars, Mar 21, 2019

    I actually bought this one last December: https://www.amazon.com/Acer-EB321HQU-Awidpx-Monitor-Display/dp/B077BSWLTL

    I went with size over pixel density. It's been great for me. One of my favorite things is I can have my Switch plugged into the HDMI port, and run my computer over DisplayPort, and when I want to take a break from work I can just use the HDMI input (my Switch) as a picture-in-picture window.

    0 points
  • Posted to Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj - UI Graphics, Mar 19, 2019

    That Is Definitely Design

    0 points
  • Posted to Sketch, maker of popular design tool, just landed $20 million in funding, in reply to George Brown , Mar 14, 2019

    Large scale video editing, motion design, 3d design and rendering are all a million times better on Windows.

    0 points
  • Posted to Consider (a new email client in development), in reply to Itay Abraham , Mar 06, 2019

    Imagine paying $360 a year for an email app.

    2 points
  • Posted to Alpha 1 of my color harmonies tool, Feb 24, 2019

    this is pretty cool. would be nice to have a setting for custom/static BG color tho.

    2 points
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