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Cory Malnarick

Cory Malnarick

San Francisco UX Architect at Critical Mass Joined 11 months ago

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  • 110 comments
  • 11 upvotes
  • Posted to Is Travis Still CEO?, Jun 16, 2017

    shouldtravisstillbeCEO.com

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  • Posted to iMac Pro, in reply to Steven Cavins , Jun 07, 2017

    That makes sense. Are there existing pages on apple that do what you expect? I'm curious what you're expecting.

    1 point
  • Posted to iMac Pro, in reply to Steven Cavins , Jun 06, 2017

    what don't you dig?

    3 points
  • Posted to My new Portfolio, Jun 05, 2017

    This is incredibly clean. And it's Jekyll! Sick! Glad to see whats possible with that. I can't wait to get my hands dirty using it.

    One tiny little picky criticism is the little colored indicators next to your case studies would be better suited next to each kind of work they mean to represent, especially since they appear out of order next to the case study title. I had to do cognitively heavy calculations to figure out what they meant, and after I figured that out, I had to figure out what they represented.

    I searched for a key, tbh; granted, seeing those brought me excitement, but I was hoping for clearer meaning indication.

    Fresh as hell otherwise!

    1 point
  • Posted to What to Listen While Designing ?, May 30, 2017

    Acid techno.

    2 points
  • Posted to Sketch restores artboard overlap feature (v 44.1), in reply to N S , May 23, 2017

    Our team uses it all the time when we print out plots of flows.

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  • Posted to Sketch restores artboard overlap feature (v 44.1), May 23, 2017

    Damn right. (haha, thank you Bohemian!)

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  • Posted to I'm designing an eCommerce website for Baby Boomers. What should I be aware of? , May 17, 2017

    they hate navigating internet

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  • Posted to Sketch 44, in reply to Denis Rojcyk , May 17, 2017

    good point, but the office environment isn't the best place for that. granted, I'm going to do that now, especially after the removal of a feature we've depended on in our workflow.

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  • Posted to Sketch 44, in reply to Anton S , May 17, 2017

    I wish they said this in any of the media outlets from which they've replied. If there's a legitimate reason for removing the bug/hidden feature, then I'm happy to solve it with my own means. But with little reasoning, I'll continue to push for a rollback to include that bug/hidden feature – many have complained about this 'fix'

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