Jakub Foglar

Jakub Foglar

Product Designer at GAMEE Joined about 3 years ago

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  • Posted to The “Hover Effect” for Mobile Buttons, Sep 04, 2019

    I’m assuming the article is about design choices, not about the technicality of implementing pressed-down states, because that one is solved (as Marc pointed out).

    You are yet again presenting your opinions as facts.

    The hover effect for mobile buttons is a ripple effect.It’s important to convert your desktop hover effects to mobile ripple effects

    Who says that? :D

    I could give a counter argument. If the user sees the whole button darken while they are pressing down on a part of it, it’s clear what they are actually pressing. If they see your ripple effect, they could assume that this effect is just a visual representation of where they tapped on the screen, and that it could happen regardless if it’s a button or not.

    3 points
  • Posted to Introducing Sideway, Jun 10, 2019

    Nice colors! So clean.

    Honestly though, this is a great idea and it seems like you are on the right track. Good luck and looking forward to how Sideway grows!

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  • Posted to Adobe XD MAX Release, in reply to Kip Holcomb , Oct 19, 2018

    That is just your point of view, Kip. For mobile app/product design, I can’t remember the last time I would have a need for Stacks or fractions or percentages. I do remember needing prototyping to see how the app flows, including the transitions and interactive features – it was today, and every day.

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  • Posted to How do you handoff your Principleformac animation to developers?, in reply to Selv Grimm , Aug 28, 2018

    Haha :D That is the way to do it.

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  • Posted to What backpack are you rocking?, Jul 18, 2018

    I have the Klettersack from Topo Designs and use it every day with my laptop as well as sporting gear. I have also taken it on trips (sightseeing as well as really have rain). I can’t recommend it enough – be sure to check it out and look into some reviews https://topodesigns.com/products/klettersack

    1 point
  • Posted to AMA: Adobe XD Free Starter Plan, in reply to Jovan Petrovic , May 24, 2018

    Soon! https://twitter.com/ashorten/status/994238186854350848

    1 point
  • Posted to AMA: All About Sharing in Adobe XD, in reply to Simon Deighton , Apr 12, 2018

    Only the new kids on the block get the rounded corner treatment: https://blog.prototypr.io/designing-adobes-evolving-brand-system-6d243992cedd

    1 point
  • Posted to Pentagram's American Express brand refresh, in reply to Stuart McCoy , Apr 12, 2018

    Well, I’m sure they tried loads of versions. But this seems interesting – could you share your idea? :-)

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  • Posted to Pentagram's American Express brand refresh, in reply to Stuart McCoy , Apr 10, 2018

    I think it’s to make the small logo feel like the rest of the type is "still there" to the right, only cropped. So you read it more like the first two letters of each of the word, combined, rather than being it "Am Ex" ... if you know what I mean :D. It’s a very smart solution that I feel works great.

    2 points
  • Posted to Sketch 49.1 is out (stable?), in reply to Marcel Wichmann , Mar 15, 2018

    Slighty better than before they introduced prototyping. I have now changed my wofklow to this: I add my main working file as a library, then creat new files, copy paste screens even with symbols from the library. After that, I run this plugin: https://github.com/zeroheight/library-symbol-replacer which links the newly created symbols back to the library originals. And the new files are smooth and fast!

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