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Product Designer at VTEX Joined over 3 years ago Daniel has invited Renato Castelo Branco
I was so sure the two were related somehow
Agreed about the animation and the logo welcoming more fun.
The palette and communication are austere and a bit snarky, so having a more interesting logo can add some contrast without hampering your current tone.
By the way, just realized the snarky tone reminds me of Pinboard :)
Just want to say I love how honest and upfront you are about the pricing model. Too many services either hide their business model or charge without justifying their value.
I'd guess for a lot of users your service is worth more than 1$ per month, but I also see how easier it makes for everyone to charge a flat fee.
I use the Spectrum app for Mac. It's a pretty good app, but it hasn't been updated for years.
I haven't upgraded to Sip Pro because of it, but maybe that's the better choice nowadays.
We could even start a youtube channel: fuck fuck function
Tracking with Google Analytics is OK enough for me, only the visualization that is still subpar for some things. I've looked into MixPanel, but have been avoiding it because I know it's really huge and I want to reduce the amount of tools we're interacting with.
Thanks for the tips :)
These are really good points! This is particular is something that never occurred me before:
• a decreasing overall completion rate – growth at the top of the funnel is faster than growth at the bottom (this can be a sign of marketing reaching a poor audience)
More than the funnel “shape”, though, I'm looking for a way to clearly visualize drop-offs in each point of our main flow. Will take all of these in consideration while building our dashboards, thanks a lot!
Thanks for the tips, will take a look at Amplitude!
Wow, this is pretty cool! My team uses tachyons in large production systems, so it's nice to see similar approaches coming up.
I actually think Tachyons is too large to be used in some contexts — for example, when I need to do a small change or addition to an existing service, but don't want to mess with the (terrible) legacy CSS that's in there.
Glad to see fractures as it seems like the perfect toolkit for these situations, where I need in-n-out atomic CSS.
I love this app! It's great to budget trips and other lengthy costs without having to open a spreadsheet.
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