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San Francisco Digital Designer & Analog Screenprinter Joined about 4 years ago
I've moved on from Photoshop to Sketch for app/website mockups. If you don't think $99/year is reasonable, find a different line of work.
As for me, I have no problem handing over my money for a good product. Sketch is worth more than $99 per year.
A designer I work with got access a few weeks ago and I checked it out. It's not even half-baked. It's barely useable. Application interface conventions we take for granted just don't work (yet).
Syncing my artboards to InVision with the Craft plugin is causing Sketch to freeze now. HMMMM.
I started using Goodreads regularly last year. Oh how I would love a solid redesign. Way overdue. What High Contrast has done looks solid.
The great part about redesigning Goodreads is that it can only be improved. ;-)
Brilliant. Puppets white-boarding. I laughed out loud (brought to mind Team America).
I love when people don't take themselves too seriously.
Great typography, great illustrations, for what looks to be a great group of people.
I feel like this about more and more of the web each day.
Page bloat, ads — and sites that disallow adblockers — are getting way out of hand.
Deckard's apartment: https://youtu.be/O7FhEpif1cA
I'm envisioning lovely coffee "patterns" made by owners.
I agree, I haven't used Framer since its first iteration but it resembles Flash a lot.
I'm designer with a decent technical aptitude. From an interface perspective it totally makes sense to me and I don't think it would take me long to figure it out.
If it scares any designers, there's always Principle (for Mac).
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