Tony Jones

Designer Joined almost 2 years ago

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  • Posted to Why would you want to work remote as a designer?, in reply to Kristjan Gomboc , Jun 08, 2017

    Here's a couple resources that did a very good job finding real data.

    Cost Benefits

    Standford Research Paper

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  • Posted to Why would you want to work remote as a designer?, Jun 08, 2017

    I'm more analytical than opinion-based on this subject, so i've read tons on studies on remote work vs in-person work. Most everything I've read has shown at large increases in employee productivity from working remotely. Also, people who like working from home are more likely to intentionally work harder to prove that working from home is a benefit to their employer.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Eve, Jun 06, 2017

    V for Vendetta 2?!!!

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  • Posted to Apple HomePod, in reply to brennan smith , Jun 05, 2017

    I wouldn't say they aren't innovative anymore. Apple Pay, Apple Watch, new Apple TV, shipped 4 new microprocessors in 2016, arguably fastest phone on the market, and the list goes on. It is true that they aren't innovating on the really cool new stuff as quickly as they used to. Also, Jobs had a very high IQ and believed he could change the world. Traditionally, CEOs don't usually have IQ's as high as a Jobs or Musk. Cook is very good at maximizing revenue, not necessarily an innovator (which short term isn't a bad thing for Apple).

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  • Posted to How to choose which login flow to build?, Jun 03, 2017

    If your site is public (anyone and everyone can sign up) and your goal is to boost conversion rates/simplify the login process than social login is a great solution. On the other hand, if you are building an app for a certain target business/industry such as healthcare or industrial then social login would be pointless.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Canlis, in reply to Thomas Michael Semmler , Jun 03, 2017

    I love Vanilla.

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  • Posted to I made a tool to make creating Sublime, Atom and VS Code snippets easy, Mar 07, 2017

    went back to look for this post. just saved me so much time. thanks so much Zander! cheers

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  • Posted to What kind of car should a UX designer use?, Feb 27, 2017

    That's a good question, but it depends on who the user is. Automatic is great because it's easy to use and has a low learning curve. For the majority of users, simple is much better. For some, manual is better because of the improved gas mileage, easier to maintain, and the experience of driving them is fun.

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  • Posted to Designer Looking to get deeper into coding as Frontend-Dev, Feb 27, 2017

    Ruby on Rails my top recommendation by far for startups. You can build anything. (chat apps, airbnb, search engines, uber, APIs, etc). Once whatever you build is done, I'd change out the front-end using ReactJS. So Rails for the Models and Controllers and react for the Views. It's very opinionated way to code, so it also takes out the decision fatigue that comes with a newer frameworks.

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  • Posted to Create Upstate — Upstate NY’s Official Design Celebration, Feb 16, 2017

    So beautiful and fun to navigate around. Gabriela and Rift look really great together (I see Roboto as a 3rd font and it is a bit of a random choice/it doesn't really fit the aesthetic). The choice of colors and the overlays on the images are dope!

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