James Young

Orlando Principle UX Architect Joined about 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Sketch introduces collaboration & versioning , in reply to Joseph Barrientos , Jun 06, 2019

    I couldnt agree more!

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  • Posted to Designer News Subreddit, May 03, 2019

    I love this site and have for years. It'll be a shame to lose it. Reddit can be a wasteland and over political. I'll join you there but it won't be the same... is there no way to keep DN alive?

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  • Posted to What do you do to keep your creative juice flowing after working on mundane work?, Apr 25, 2019

    I sit in 12-15 meetings a day, I can't wait to get back to being creative.

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  • Posted to After 2 years, I’m finally releasing the first issue of Visions, a sci-fi magazine I’ve edited and designed, Mar 28, 2019

    I got my copy yesterday. Far far exceeded my expectations. I missed half a nights sleep reading it. Looking forward to bedtime tonight for more excellent reading.

    thank you!

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  • Posted to Sketch Library for Storyboarding, in reply to Rob Gill , Mar 04, 2019

    Same I went to buy and noticed the 100% price increase. I'm a buyer at 49.

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  • Posted to Which monitor do you have?, in reply to Andrew Ciobanasiu , Jan 09, 2019

    I'm using the 38-inch version of the LG, I recently tried the 49-inch Samsung and switched back due to the poor color display and the 144mz only works with the windows.

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  • Posted to Flinto vs. Principle in late 2018?, in reply to Jan Semler , Nov 29, 2018

    Once you learn Axure its hard to pick up another product to use. You hit the limitation wall so quickly. Axure 9 is coming out and I'm cautiously optimistic they will finally get all the ducks moving in the same direction but I've been hoping that saince V5.

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  • Posted to What does success as Head of Design look like?, Nov 27, 2018

    I wish I could upvote this 50 more times.

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  • Posted to How do I become a Senior Designer? , Nov 26, 2018

    Hi Jennifer, I think you've already been given a lot of great advice. I think to be truly senior you need to be able to lead, and leading doesn't mean asking the PO or the client what they want. You need to be able to see what they want and need and be able to stand in the fire to make that happen. That doesn't mean you need to be a design lead or march a team into battle. It just means you need to hone your skills to think like a leader and be able to own a project should the need arise.

    In the end, it's about confidence. When you can defend your work and back it with research and best practices and stand up to all detractors then you'll know you're Senior. Then you can start working on Principal.

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