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Miami, FL Chief Design Officer at Takt Digital Joined about 3 years ago
Apparently "We also made the icons lighter for more seamless interaction." I am having trouble identifying what that means :)
With Niice however, you're able to install the Chrome extension and add from different websites to the same moodboard. So you're not limited by one search mechanism, but can add all inspiration in a common place.
Thank you Jon, and thanks for the kind words on Medium ;)
No problem Pavel!
Hey Chris, no problem. It is a big pain indeed so while the setup time might be daunting, it saves A LOT of time when you nest it further into other symbols and still have the buttons as part of your overrides.
Yeah no, I didn't think you did hehe. I wonder if they brought that functiobality to XD, I should give it a shot.
Hi Ryan, I wonder how we got to the same conclusion. Maybe it is the fact that we use the same tool. Or that we belong to the same profession. Or maybe it is that we get the same updates from Sketch. Odd. In any case, thanks for taking the time to read through mine, which I wrote, and looking at theirs, which they wrote, and coming back to leave this comment. I'll try to be concious of that when writing future articles with the only intention to share knowledge and techniques with fellow designers.
I think the software has a long way to go, but being that it is the tool we're using for now I believe it to be a good workaround. There is a lot of setup time, but as mentioned if the time is spent at the beginning it can be saved down the line.
I never really used Fireworks, but that sounds like the perfect solution to buttons, so maybe Bohemian Coding needs to implement something like that!
Never noticed the Snoopy reference in the background.
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