George Brown

Designer Joined about 2 years ago

  • 9 stories
  • 247 comments
  • 17 upvotes
  • Posted to Sketch, maker of popular design tool, just landed $20 million in funding, in reply to R. Kamushken , Mar 14, 2019

    it gets 'windowsy' again after 4-5 months of usage. I wouldn't do on any professional work on windows -just gaming.

    -3 points
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, in reply to Nicolas Prieto , Mar 12, 2019

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    2 points
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, in reply to Steven Cavins , Mar 12, 2019

    That's why I'm still using sketch. Can't introduce figma nor xd to 10 year company who have only .sketch files on their archive. I mean I'm not a salesman or representative of figma AND part of your job is to play with the team. So yeah, there's still a long way for xd and figma to be an industry standard. But than again, adobe has always an extra budget for marketing, so you never know.

    Leaving Sketch’s headaches introduces you to the world of Figma’s headaches (and yes, it has plenty.)

    Well honestly, I have nothing against this, in fact I do agree %100. Well, the whole industry is a headachy anyway, isn't it? lol

    2 points
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, Mar 12, 2019

    Why? Because sketch is not an actual ui design software. It's just keynote on steroids. There are still can't be solved back from version 2 and probably it's not going to be solved either because the graphics engine sketch rely on doesn't have such capabilities. U'd be surprised if I start to list out the features are actually native features within OSX (eg, symbols are actually document sign feature on preview) So if apple develops such thing, so can sketch. Otherwise don't expect anything ground breaking from them.

    Just hold your breath for a few months, figma and xd would have such stuff in the near future..

    -1 points
  • Posted to Terrible UX Design Job Descriptions (Or: How To Avoid Bad UX Design Jobs), Mar 12, 2019

    apparently this is another new grad with huge ego symptoms who's having a hard time to find a job straight out of disgraceful general assembly. just check out his website. the splash screen is his face with the title 'your leader'. under the products it's just his talks... and he has a fkcing job board on his personal page -_-

    what

    the

    f*ck

    man....

    seriously, general assembly must be shut down for 'training' and releasing these useless people who couldn't able to get a proper BA.

    edit. what's wrong if people are looking for designer who can code? do you suggest companies to hire crooks like you who can't even comprehend the development environment. I admit that the only good 'ux' designers I've met are the one's who can code or have very long experience on graphic design, definitely not clowns from weekend courses like that guy. bad job descriptions are not spesific to design -oh oh I'm sorry. Design and ux is a completely different stuff according to this guy. they should be only talking instead of working. hm...

    ugh

    2 points
  • Posted to Is Principle will be soon discontinued?, in reply to Hillel Cohen , Mar 11, 2019

    the guy himself is also a designer. he knows basically what a designer needs. that's why it's a great tool. Wish I could design straight in principle. I'd ditch sketch within in a second.

    0 points
  • Posted to Is Principle will be soon discontinued?, Mar 06, 2019

    If I remember correct, there was just one guy who was working on the development of Principle. Still he's doing pretty much amazing job delivering such stable application.

    I don't think it's going anywhere.

    3 points
  • Posted to Consider (a new email client in development), in reply to Ken Em , Mar 06, 2019

    Dude, i think you can do that in outlook but im not %100 sure

    0 points
  • Posted to Confidence As A Designer: How To Build It, Mar 05, 2019

    don't encourage project managers and sales people turn into ux designers please.

    0 points
  • Posted to Where do you keep all your inspirations, which you can browse comfortably in 100% size without frames??, Mar 05, 2019

    http://www.littlehj.com/mac/

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