Mihai Serban

Mihai Serban

Copenhagen, Denmark UI/UX Designer @Linkfire Joined almost 6 years ago Mihai has invited Emanuel Serbanoiu

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  • Posted to New Dribbble Features, in reply to Mircea Iurcu , May 29, 2019

    This is by far the biggest issue dribbble has, but also the problem that would be the most difficult to solve. If it displays new shots by default, you might end up seeing a bunch of low-quality and uninspiring shots. But then again, it's 2019 - adult websites use data to improve their sorting algorithms, while dribbble still struggles with it.

    On the other hand, a better feed will not result in a great increase in revenue for them, which means the motivation to work on this kind of feature might be pretty low.

    3 points
  • Posted to Adobe warns Creative Cloud users with older apps of legal problems, in reply to Terry Grey , May 14, 2019

    Adobe Apps are super powerful multi-purpose tools. But that's it, that's the only praise I have for them - they get in your way whenever you need to be efficient, they feel sluggish, a bunch of features aren't even useful for the average designer, their pricing is not the best (if you are not a well established company) and some of their features function like iframes put together with duct tape.

    Unfortunately, it seems that Adobe as a company is too big to fall - which means they will probably never change the way they do stuff.

    4 points
  • Posted to Logo Psychology: How to Design Logos that Inspire Trust, Feb 25, 2019

    Sorry but I am not going to read an article about "inspiring trust" on a website that doesn't even give me the option to reject the terribly formatted "data usage"request.

    0 points
  • Posted to I want to sell this website, where's best to do this?, Jan 31, 2019

    You can also try to sell it on transferslot.com :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Microsoft’s new Office icons, in reply to Ryan Hicks , Nov 30, 2018

    It's so sad to see your comment getting downvoted, but I am with you on this.

    0 points
  • Posted to Why is this the best time to move to Brasov, Romania - A digital HR campaign, in reply to Cristian Moisei , May 09, 2018

    It could be because the cool companies don't post their open positions on job directories. If you find out about a company, try looking for their LinkedIn status updates. That's where the open positions will be listed. I assume they do it to avoid receiving applications from too many job hunters who don't actually care about the company.

    Also, you greatly increase your chances of finding a job by having a professional network. Know the right people and you'll find a job easily. This is a bit challenging tho, since you need to build your network first.

    If you want a secret resource, search for Dansk Dynamit on Google. You'll find jobs much easier there.

    1 point
  • Posted to Why is this the best time to move to Brasov, Romania - A digital HR campaign, in reply to Kyle Greely , May 09, 2018

    I would say you shouldn't worry too much about sponsorship (unless the company is really small) - but I have an EU passport so I can't really offer you too much insight into this. But I know Airtame and Zendesk would probably help you out if they are interested in hiring you :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Why is this the best time to move to Brasov, Romania - A digital HR campaign, in reply to Kyle Greely , May 09, 2018

    You might want to add Copenhagen to your list; I've been living here for a couple of years and It's amazing. There are plenty of companies looking for skilled designers and developers.

    1 point
  • Posted to Why is this the best time to move to Brasov, Romania - A digital HR campaign, in reply to Kyle Greely , May 09, 2018

    You should at least visit it and see how you like it. I loved it but I wouldn't live there for more than one year (it's a fairly small city)

    1 point
  • Posted to Why is this trend taking over?, Feb 28, 2018

    I don't think there is an accurate answer to your question but this is how trends work. The same thing happened a few years ago when dropbox introduced this illustration style: Missing File Illustration - Dropbox

    4 points
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