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You're missing writing tools. Content IS design. Stop drawing boxes, everyone. Start making meaning.
I agree with the sentiment but... ugh.
It's like design conference workshop title mad libs.
Visiting Forbes on the desktop is like visiting pretty much every news site/blog on mobile.
The 360/XB1 controllers are my favorite. They took everything I liked about older controllers and put it into a nice ergonomic package.
What are the expected deliverables?
If pixel perfection is a must then use Sketch. You can create a close approximation of pixel accuracy in Axure but it's not close to Sketch.
If you're creating wireframes both are fine but Sketch is a lot cheaper so it may make more sense to go that way.
If you're prototyping content it depends on the level of functionality that needs to be prototyped. If you're just doing basic hotspots with screen to screen transitions then you should be fine with sketch + craft's plugin. Any sort of in-page interaction or advanced prototypes will be easier done in Axure.
So if someone needs to replace the keyboard or mouse for their $5000 computer, they're SOL? That's crazy.
I won't be getting an iMac Pro but I'll definitely be buying a space gray mouse and keyboard.
It's my understanding that Skype for business is part of the Office 365 suite and a completely different app than regular Skype..
I've thought about doing the same thing for similar reasons. Was it a significant pay cut?
For what it's worth, iOS 7 took quite a few visual cues from Windows Phone.
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