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Cory Malnarick

Cory Malnarick

San Francisco UX Architect at Critical Mass Joined about 1 year ago

  • 4 stories
  • 127 comments
  • 11 upvotes
  • Posted to Why so serious, DN?, in reply to Vlad Danilov , Aug 16, 2017

    no, it is not a hard change. but asking the user to change their habit is easier.

    1 point
  • Posted to Riangle - Portfolio, Jul 31, 2017

    Cool website, but not good portfolio. Where's the case studies?

    2 points
  • Posted to Sooo I tried "Flow" from Dan Ross, in reply to Sam Lillicrap , Jul 21, 2017

    you honestly can't see a usecase for this font?

    5 points
  • Posted to Sooo I tried "Flow" from Dan Ross, in reply to Ollie Barker , Jul 21, 2017

    the OP is a joke.

    1 point
  • Posted to New portfolio built with Webflow, in reply to Scott Thomas , Jul 18, 2017

    So how much custom code did you use?

    0 points
  • Posted to New portfolio built with Webflow, Jul 18, 2017

    Love it. Good job!

    How tough was webflow?

    0 points
  • Posted to New Portfolio: Looking for your thoughts on my content & project selections as I look for a new job in my field..., Jul 11, 2017

    Your portfolio is really strong, but limited by weak language.

    The imagery – photography, illustration, type, color choices, and interaction – are rock solid, and stand as an inspiration. I hope I can make something this awesome with my portfolio!

    However, I think to truly take it to the next level, you should upgrade your language. Right now, your case studies are simple, three paragraph blips, ellipsed between your strong design and illustration. In my UX education and in all of the research and portfolios I've seen, presenting your end result can only go far.

    It reads like you overlooked the language, and after reading it, I didn't really take much away. You can get away with simplifying it even further, and turning that text into a subhead sized blurb for the intro, mid, and conclusion. But since you're selling yourself as a consultant and experience designer, I'd recommend beefing up the language so as to provide reasoning for your result. Basically, a stronger why that explains your end product.

    –– That being said, your portfolio is a 9/10. Sick stuff!

    1 point
  • Posted to Abstract, Jul 11, 2017

    Any way to make this work entirely locally, and sever it from your servers?

    2 points
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