Diego Lafuente

Diego Lafuente

Don't take me seriously. UX/UI Joined about 5 years ago

  • 32 stories
  • Posted to The Design of Apple's Credit Card, Mar 31, 2019

    All my credit cards end up fucked up. All of them. Making a titanium card will not save it from the usual pocket harassment. Unless you care more about the card and port it in a bag all the time, safe from sittings, this to me is pretty much a vanity item. If i can pay with my phone, like I usually do, this is really useless.

    1 point
  • Posted to What do you look for in a note taking app?, Feb 12, 2019

    Google notes is all I need. IA/Writer for Macbook also.

    0 points
  • Posted to What font size works best for the website header?, Feb 12, 2019

    First question: are you using a grid? Second question, is your grid only columns (h rhythm)? Third question: if you aren't using grids for both horizontal and vertical, what are you waiting for?

    0 points
  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, in reply to Aaron Wears Many Hats , Feb 14, 2018


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  • Posted to 3D iMacs + parallax made entirely with CSS, Feb 14, 2018

    Runs very smoothly on my 2010 iMac.

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  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, Feb 14, 2018

    I did not like anything Typeform 2.0.

    I have been a Typeform user since the beginning and I believe that the founders created within their heads the idea that a change of image was needed and that this would strengthen the brand and the love of its users with the service. I do not know what data they had to make such a decision but I hope to be wrong, although the previous examples of other companies showed me that I am on the right path to how I see this issue.

    In my opinion this design is pretentious, bloated with options and the visual part is like browsing Dropbox, not Typeform. In addition, you see too tendentious components, when what interests you is the opposite: that everyone uses you. You need to create a kind of generic, neutral style that reinforces the idea that Typeform is the best tool, not the coolest and trendy one. Looks more they're screaming culture things than the usefulness of the tool itself. It's like they want to seduce you more than educate you.

    It is noted that the entire design was outsourced and not entirely made inside. Which denotes a lack of empathy for understanding their clients. I bet the designers inside Typeform and product managers know much more well their customers than an external agency who already screwed other big SaS companies.

    The use of brown colors, typography makes the UI take too much relevance and personality. The previous one, on the other hand, managed to make you forget those details and focus more on the objectives.

    For me it has been an ill-advised decision, let time speaks for itself.

    Aside from my opinion, I wish them the best future.

    2 points
  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, in reply to Arturo Rios Gutierrez , Feb 14, 2018

    Where is the proof of expanded market? LOL to me they became pretentious.

    0 points
  • Posted to Brand new Typeform, in reply to Tomas Šiurna , Feb 13, 2018

    OMG yes. The uglyness got contagious.

    0 points
  • Posted to Designing Windows 95’s User Interface, Feb 07, 2018

    No one commented on this yet. Strange. I find out Windows 95 one of the best interfaces ever made. It is on par with MacOS 9, back then.

    1 point
  • Posted to I Love Your Comment, Dec 04, 2017

    Nailed it.

    3 points
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