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Toronto Design Co-founder @ TomYum [tomyum.design] Joined over 4 years ago Jason has invited Jonathan Ristovski
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.
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!
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