Be nice. Or else.
UI Designer Joined almost 3 years ago
Personally, I wouldn't auto-play the music. Also, you list UI/UX design as your first skill, but all the UI/UX items in the portfolio aren't very detailed.
Do you work with a lot of designers who can't upgrade?
I'm curious as to how others deal with clients that have their own contract that they prefer that you sign rather than using your own.
I wouldn't really consider 1x to win out objectively with the points that you listed as some people weight certain criteria differently depending on their workflow.
I personally design at 1x, but I use Sketch and haven't used Photoshop to design a website in quite a while. I have developed based off of assets delivered by other designers at 2x and it's super annoying to have to redo math.
Day 1 purchase for me for sure. I've been using the beta for quite a while and have been very happy with integrating it into my workflow. The constant updates and feedback have been great as well.
Depends on who's working in the office with you. Some people may not like hearing the click-clack of a mech (even with brown switches with dampeners). I use MX Blues at home and an Apple wireless keyboard at the office.
I pretend that I'm talking to the screen instead of to a room full of people. Talk slowly, but surely.
Separate licenses right? Even so, it's worth it if you use both platforms.
It doesn't look like anything to me.
MacDown and Sublime Text.