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Pablo Stanley

Pablo Stanley

San Francisco Design at InVision, Writer at The Design Team, Mentor at Sketch Together Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Dustin Dahlberg , Dec 12, 2018

    So happy to read that, Dustin! Can't wait to see what you make :)

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Ariel Verber , Dec 04, 2018

    No wayyyy, really, Ariel? That makes me so happy. I'm glad the library helped a bit. And I'm sure it wasn't only the use of avataaars ;)

    I hope the humaaans illustrations help you nail more presentations in the future <3

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Julian H , Dec 04, 2018

    Yay! Thanks, Julian!

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Jonathan Shariat , Dec 04, 2018

    Waaa... that sucks. Does it still block it? Is this common in your workplace? Any more info might help me solve the issue. Thanks for letting me know, Jonathan <3

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Asher Simonds , Dec 04, 2018

    Oohhh, I love the idea, Asher! Another way could be adding expressions to the people's faces. Maybe some bling and accessories ;)

    1 point
  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, in reply to Pedro MC Fernandes , Dec 03, 2018

    Yesss! Presentations are a great use case too, Pedro!

    Regarding the market being saturated; I hope that the library is also used as a base so people can put their own spices and materials and make it their own. Maybe the use of libraries inspires other illustrators to create illustration systems to mix-and-match their own stuff.

    I also hope that non-designers or non-illustrators are able to use humaaans to get their ideas off the ground and later hire a professional illustrator when they can afford it. Sometimes is hard to prove the value of illustration to other stakeholders unless you have something in your hands—showing how your product could look with them.

    5 points
  • Posted to Last year I released my first font, Marvin Visions. I’m now expanding it into a family, available as a variable font. , Dec 03, 2018

    Holy Guacamole! This is such a dope font, Mathieu! I need to find an excuse to use it. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Posted to Humaaans. A library to mix-and-match illustrations of people, Dec 03, 2018

    humaaans hero image

    Hey, friends! I'm pumped to share Humaaans with you—a free library to mix-&-match illustrations of people. You can customize their positions, clothing, colors, and hairstyle to create some cool scenes. You can add backgrounds and use the power of libraries to make it your own

    Some templates

    templates The file contains templates of web landing pages, mobile error-success-empty states, and onboarding flows so you can quickly get started.

    It's available on InVision Studio, which allows you to create some dope animations and tell better stories with prototypes. You can also use the Sketch file to customize the library.

    I can't wait to see all the crazy stuff you create with it.

    I also launched it on Product Hunt. It would be dope if you leave a review or comment there.

    Get it here: https://www.humaaans.com/

    9 points
  • Posted to Principle for Mac, in 2018, Nov 20, 2018

    Hey, Aidan!

    I would invite you to try opening your Sketch file on InVision Studio too and then animate it there. It works similar to principle, where the layers, groups, or components that are called the same, get auto-linked and are animated between artboards. You can also use a timeline and change easing functions.

    Best thing is that at the end you can publish your prototype to InVision and send a link to other people. The prototype on the web retains all the layer animations and gestures you used.

    If you need help figuring out how to do anything, just send me a message ;)

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  • Posted to Latinxs Who Design, in reply to Cristian Moisei , Sep 20, 2018

    I added an explanation on the About page, Christian. Thanks for your suggestion :)

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