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I want those wallpapers in the product shots.
My comment about this product will also be posted on May 31st
Hey, I love that the case studies are broken into challenge / goals / process / solution / outcomes. Makes it really easy to get a quick understanding of the project!
I would suggest that projects be displayed on the homepage. Currently, the homepage is just a short blurb that directs me to visit the project page. Seems like an extra step for the user when there is no reason for it.
I think it looks nice, a very polished update to Metro (or whatever it is technically called). I hope they have a good system in place to encourage third-party app consistency.
Unlike with Apple and Google smartphones, Windows users can and often do ignore the built in store. This makes it very hard to control quality.
My macbook screen does not have touch capabilities, yet it still gets smudges/dust/grime on it. You have to wipe down your screen regularly anyways.
Love the colors! Also, I like that the clocks in the footer remained from the previous design — they're a nice touch.
Hey, there is a section in your survey that does not make sense to me. I said I do not engage in online news discussion, but the next question forces me to answer where I do engage and for how often.
I thought this was a great tutorial for beginners Pablo! Loved the sketch.
This is great! I export SVG's all the time and border behavior always annoyed me.
I bought Affinity Designer, and I enjoy it, but I will continue to use Sketch. Affinity Designer tries too hard to be an Illustrator replacement, and that comes with the same unintuitive aspects of Illustrator.
That said, it is still a great program. Extremely polished and performant.
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