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Be careful with Warby Parker, I had a pair made by them and for over a year I used them... I realize that they had used the wrong prescription. And it took over 20 emails (at least) to have them admit their fault and weeks to refund. I highly recommend Costco, better quality, more honest.
I guess this is the new "Black Card" except it's for everyone...
If your friend needs someone local, here in the US, you could check with the AIGA association. They have local chapters, and usually the members are descent designers or studios. Or try to narrow your Google search to specific keywords in order to find a website that will talk about your subject and find studios or designers. Or 3rd option, use Behance and see through many portfolios things you like. It's hard to find designers who can do and are experienced, and available. Rafael Macho, Los Angeles from www.rafaelmacho.com
Beautiful, sober and clever! The one thing I would have done a little different is the choice of typography. Something close to what you already have. But a little more unique, subtle. Some foundries like www.grillitype.com or http://lineto.com . Also on www.myfonts.com there are plenty of great fonts to choose.
About "interactive screens" like the ones found in museum? Simple interactions with videos, HTML 5 animations?
Thank you for taking time to respond! I should have used another example than Adobe! I'm a 3D user of Modo from Luxology who sold to The Foundry, that would be a better example! You should have someone who help your communication from outside maybe, because sometimes it's hard to distance yourself from "the obvious"! Reading that you have helped websites like Reddit, TechCrunch, etc is really valuable.
I really like Webflow, and I always have been surprised how my fellow designers don’t know anything about it. I just would like to share some thoughts about Webflow. I watched the video “The Future of Web Design Is Not Code, Vlad Magdalin”. I think many people see Webflow as a solution like Wix or SquareSpace: just another platform to create websites. But unless you start to dig in, you can’t see what’s better. But a few questions remain to me unanswered. I am an illustrator and AD motion graphics designer for over 20 years. I don’t really build websites for clients. But here are some questions that I can’t figure out about Webflow: -How secure and solid is the hosting system of Webflow? -Why is there not a 24/7 phone customer services available? -How strong is the company? Are they funded by large ventures? Is Webflow going to be around next year? My understanding is that Webflow is a small company with great talents. Great potential, but I am a little worried to use it as not knowing where the future will be. I secretly wish Adobe or a large company would offer you guys lots of money and conquer new markets!
Could Webflow be used for building apps for IOS or Android? I have no idea what is under the hood of Webflow. Is it a stretch? A few years ago I was interested about this product to create apps http://kwiksher.com which share a similar philosophy as Webflow, but didn't do it for me.
Is Webflow targeting the market of platforms like SquareSpace? Sure it takes more deeper understanding of web design with Webflow, but the pay off is great.
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