joe anderson

joe anderson

Helping Marketing w/ Design @ Realm Joined almost 5 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. joe has invited Haziq Mir, Tony O'Donohoe, Gordon Tindall, Alaxic Smith and 2 others

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  • Posted to Real apps with ARKit? , Sep 23, 2017

    Here's a good example of how it can change manufacturing work

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  • Posted to Gravit Designer released today, Apr 08, 2017

    How do you make money for this tool to be sustainable (future updates, improvements, etc)?

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  • Posted to Designer Looking to get deeper into coding as Frontend-Dev, in reply to Michael Reich , Feb 28, 2017

    You just have to choose 1 and stick with it. Later on it will be easy to switch. Personally I would choose the one with the most momentum/community behind it these days. So that's ReactJS (but this is still frontend). As far as backend goes, NodeJS/Ruby on rails is up to you. I started with Ruby on rails, if I had to do it again today alone, I'd probably go with NodeJS.

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  • Posted to Designer Looking to get deeper into coding as Frontend-Dev, in reply to Jimmy Koli , Feb 28, 2017

    I think you ultimately need to learn all, and it's worth the investment. Projects/startups require a lot of iteration. You're also in it for the long haul, so spending a few years learning all of these skills is worth it. The best way to learn is by building tiny projects and getting them out there. Then you'll start to meet other like minded people to team up with.

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  • Posted to Help me let go of Apple, Oct 28, 2016

    Try it out at the microsoft store, if it works well for the jobs you need done, why not?

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  • Posted to Any good Product Design case studies that involve Machine Learning?, Oct 17, 2016

    Can you expand on what you mean by visually show the ML solution? Usually the ML results in a simplified result/classification. Are you looking for examples / diagrams of how it worked in a specific system? is the best overview I've read on the subject. He gives an example of figuring out the price of homes.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How do you work with development teams as a designer?, Jul 26, 2016

    How big is your company and the team you work on?

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  • Posted to Lingoapp: Organize, share and use all your visual assets in one place, in reply to Philip Weber , Mar 22, 2016

    I don't get it, the product is free for individuals. Teams can afford to pay for this especially on the company's dime. It's crazy that Sofya and her team even poured years of their lives to provide such an awesome service like the noun project (for free). They've already given a lot to the design community.

    Now imagine if they had more money, how much more they could push the industry forward. As a creator, it's important to remember that real people make the things we use, including this free designer news website. I know it's the norm to not pay for software just like its the norm for designers to not create products people pay for. We need to use our skills to create better business models, sustainable products, and offerings for users, so that creators like Sofya can build even more new ideas.

    If we want our toolset to evolve faster, we need to support the people that are putting themselves out there to bring change. The community constantly talking about a tool and sharing it with others is much more powerful than you think.

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  • Posted to Online "moodboard" platforms that aren't Pinterest? , Mar 11, 2016

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  • Posted to The Startup Designer — Designing in a Sequoia-backed, Series A Company, Mar 02, 2016

    Thanks for the writeup! I think diving into anyone of those topics would make for a great post. I'm particularly interested in how design works with the marketing team around growth and getting new users

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