Sandeep Prabhakaran

Sandeep Prabhakaran

Designer at Timeless Joined almost 8 years ago

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What's your hourly rate?, Jun 16, 2017
    • Location: India
    • Profession: UI Designer
    • Education: Self Taught
    • Years of Experience: 6
    • Current Hourly Rate: $60
    • Pricing Method: Both hourly and project-based
    • Portfolio: https://dribbble.com/sandeepprabhakaran
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  • Posted to Skype for Mac 7.0, Oct 11, 2014

    Wow I updated last night, it's a readability nightmare. Here, take a light blue on top of dark blue on top of medium blue.

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  • Posted to Anybody want Mailbox desktop betacoins?, Aug 20, 2014

    I would like one please. sandeep @ timeless.co Thanks!

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  • Posted to Google Design, Jun 25, 2014

    Bye Bye Signal bars? Funny, I was able to find this in only one screenshot so far: signal-bars

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  • Posted to Google Design, Jun 25, 2014

    I just wish that the hamburger didn't rotate and maybe just folded into an arrow, it looks a bit funky now!

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  • Posted to Do you have SSD drive for iMac?, in reply to Karolis M , Jun 18, 2014

    Ha, I've 8GB RAM on my Macbook Pro Retina which also has the SSD, but Photoshop's story is still the same. Quite laggy when handling files with a large number of layers. Wonder if there's way to force Photoshop to use the available RAM...

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  • Posted to Do you have SSD drive for iMac?, in reply to Iestyn Williams , Jun 18, 2014

    This, but I actually have an SSD and 20GB RAM but still I find Photoshop to be laggy most times with large files, it's not using the entire RAM available, it uses only about 2 gigs of the total free memory which usually hovers at about 12 gigs..

    Preferences is configured correctly to use 70% of the RAM. Any ideas? Thanks!

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  • Posted to What is design to you?, Apr 30, 2014

    Solving problems whilst looking good.

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  • Posted to Wikipedia redesign, in reply to Joseph Barrientos , Apr 29, 2014

    How are you so sure it's a bad experience without ever testing it? You are just one user? What if it actually turns out that this redesign retains users better? Too many what ifs man. No one knows what works until it's tested.

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  • Posted to Wikipedia redesign, in reply to Daniel De Laney , Apr 29, 2014

    Couldn't have put it better myself.

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