Hussain Raja

Experience Architect @ Siteworx, LLC. Joined over 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Marking Required Fields in Forms, Jun 18, 2019

    Good points in the article but my only problem is with this statement:

    "It’s well known that users don’t read instructions, and they are particularly less likely to read instructions at the top of a form. Form fields seem self-sufficient — after all, each field has a specific instruction — its label, why would you need to read anything else to fill it in?"

    Should we not question why users don't read instructions? I am not saying we should put instruction in place of something that does not need explanation but I am not sure if by acknowledging people don't read we are solving what the actual problem might be?

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  • Posted to Typography Terms Cheat Sheet, in reply to Adam Hayman , May 28, 2019

    What specifically do you think is lacking in their website?

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  • Posted to R.I.P. Ember, in reply to Jonathan Simcoe , Apr 19, 2019

    You can also try out https://eagle.cool

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  • Posted to R.I.P. Ember, in reply to Elliott Regan , Apr 19, 2019

    Not to mention the fact that when they first introduced ember they were asking for $49.99 dollars and their reason for justifying that was that they will continuously support it with updates.

    Reality has been different.

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  • Posted to Do you use Adobe Illustrator for your UI design work?, Jul 24, 2018

    There was a time where we did wireframes using Illustrator (around version CS4) at the company I use to work for.

    I remember when they added artboard support it was great. We would basically keep similar states in the same file but divide different pages types into their own file.

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  • Posted to Another solution for iPhone X scrolling by embracing the notch., Sep 18, 2017

    If this type of animation happens with content that the user needs to read, wouldn't this be distracting?

    3 points
  • Posted to Dribbble RSS, in reply to David Kizler , Jun 06, 2017

    It stopped working for me as well.

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  • Posted to Sketch is going with a new licensing model, in reply to Nate Legaspi , Jun 13, 2016

    I think we all (for the most part) understand that. It's just....why are they being so shady about it in their blog post?

    Call it what it is.

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  • Posted to Sketch is going with a new licensing model, in reply to Dale Cook , Jun 13, 2016

    Yeah, I agree. I was expecting them to do something like that, only to be disappointed when they updated the post.

    I'm planning on upgrading every 2-years and see how that works out (unfortunately the team I am on isn't all on Sketch, or even Adobe's CC just yet.)

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  • Posted to Sketch is going with a new licensing model, in reply to Nate Legaspi , Jun 13, 2016

    They haven't exactly been clear on that aspect of their payment plan. What is to stop people from upgrading every two years? Wouldn't that defeat the point of Sketch going this route in the first place?

    I guess it really depends on how many people feel slighted and will wait 2 years to pay that $99 price.

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