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Toronto Design Co-founder @ TomYum [tomyum.design] Joined almost 5 years ago Jason has invited Jonathan Ristovski
Companies do this on purpose so that there's no conflict of interest. It's to learn more about your process and design thinking in a way that doesn't make you paranoid of them ripping off your work.
I wonder why they chose such a small max-width. To optimize across all screen sizes?
Thanks for answering. I think the same — I want to be "the guy" and a lot of my projects have just been me going into startups and being their designer. This is great validation.
Thanks for doing this, Matt. Currently part of a 2-man studio and curious about your experience running your own. Did you ever come to a point where you could have grew to a larger studio, and if so, why did you decide to stay small?
That's just content marketing. There's nothing wrong with it, and the post itself had some good information.
Hey, you spelt the product name wrong in the 'After' mockup of the hero image.
I like the site. Amazing you built it with Webflow...I'm going to have to check it out.
When I read "UX Designer" I expected your case studies to be filled with user research notes and wireframe mockups. But seems like you're decent at visual design and branding too.
Curious why you decided on "UX Designer" vs a more generalized title to match your skillset.
I know the community here is tired of unsolicited redesigns, but they really helped me out a lot throughout my career. This is a guide for aspiring designers just starting off, on some things to consider for a redesign.
Always extra respect for designers who know Excel. Great job.
To add to above — this also saves the designer time, which I'm sure translates to much more than $5.
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