Mark Vogelaar

Art Director & Blogger at www.deesignre.com Joined over 4 years ago

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  • Posted to The Art of Design Spec'ing, Jun 13, 2021

    Damn 40 upvotes and no comments :D Nice share. Important that we do this as designers. I do miss some examples with designs (rather than wireframes) though. Like, screenshots of how your Sketch/Figma file looks like. I believe following a strict Spec'ing workflow als cleans up your Figma file as well; increasing handover quality too.

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  • Posted to Meet Stage. The all-new online wireframing app., in reply to Yura Yasyuk , Apr 29, 2021

    Thanks for your reply, makes sense :)

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  • Posted to Using business strategy to approach your professional growth, Apr 11, 2021

    Good stuff :) INteresting approach, helpfull.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Vagon - your computer, just better, Apr 11, 2021

    Curious though, how does this work with Cinema 4D? Is there like a C4D plugin?

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  • Posted to Show DN: Vagon - your computer, just better, Apr 11, 2021

    Awesome! Sounds and look nice, i'll def. check this out.

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  • Posted to Meet Stage. The all-new online wireframing app., Apr 11, 2021

    Nice web design :) Also looks really easy. However, not sure about the value with AI coming up and many app templates these days. The USP of a designer/agency is that you get an app that is unique. Unique for your clients' needs. Unique for the clients' values. So, I kinda feel you get a lot of apps that look like each other with tools like this.

    Or what is the intended use of this wireframe software?

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  • Posted to Homies - 3D Character Constructor and Object Library, Apr 11, 2021

    Looks awesome. The reason I never buy these things though is the fact I probably only use it once. It's such a specific style, I have very few clients that this would be a fit with. What your thought on this?

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  • Posted to Font Psychology: Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Fonts, Apr 11, 2021

    "Also, avoid using multiple fonts from the same font family. While the fonts look similar, the minor differences can throw your users off and make your site look cluttered."

    I gotta disagree with this paragraph. I more often than not see websites with one font family. Combining bold (titles) with regular (body text). This looks perfectly fine. The above is true when using two font families that look too much like eachoother. In that case, it will 'throw your users off" and make the site look somewhat weird.

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  • Posted to Do people perceive a pixel perfect design with rhythm as more beautiful?, in reply to Wentin Z , Dec 12, 2020

    I've added 11 images to the bottom of the blogpost. I was unable to add a download link to Figma. Hope this helps :)

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  • Posted to Do people perceive a pixel perfect design with rhythm as more beautiful?, in reply to Max K , Dec 07, 2020

    That's actually what I did, haha :D (dont tell anyone)

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