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Toronto Design Co-founder @ TomYum [tomyum.design] Joined over 4 years ago Jason has invited Jonathan Ristovski
Agreed. Normally I'm a scroller, but because I had interacted so much with the calculated I completely didn't think about scrolling further down. If I didn't see this comment I would have missed it.
Thanks for the response!
Curious how this translates directly to prospects. If you don't mind sharing, how often do you get inquiries from your Instagram/Dribbble audiences?
Except everyone under "trending designers" already have a lot of followers.
I believe its normal in Europe to use , instead of . to represent the decimal. Which brings up the question — who are you guys targetting? If it's the American market, then I'd correct it to 1.5M. If it'd more local, I wouldn't change it.
Thanks guys. You're also welcome to give 40, 41, 42, or 43!
Which makes me wonder. If you really really loved an article, do you give 1 clap (a larger % of your money pie) or 50 claps?
Hey everyone, this is just a follow up to my last post: https://medium.com/tomyum/our-redesign-of-mediums-claps-and-why-they-may-not-have-chosen-to-do-it-this-way-edc9ff6b586e
It received a lot of applauses so I figured it would be interesting to break down that data, and use that insight to see how Claps can be iterated.
Thanks Robin. While the design does relieve immediate pain points users have been voicing (clapping is slow, undoing is hard to discover), my solution isn't perfect and probably raises new problems. I wouldn't personally call it an improvement but humbled that you think so!
Haha! Thanks Jim.
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