Ramiro Ruiz

Ramiro Ruiz

Monterrey, Mexico Designer Joined over 2 years ago

  • 2 stories
  • 8 comments
  • 16 upvotes
  • Posted to What's the story behind your portfolio/personal logo?, in reply to Jon L , Aug 14, 2019

    Thanks, I did! a lot of crappy variations in the process as always.

    0 points
  • Posted to What's the story behind your portfolio/personal logo?, Aug 13, 2019

    I'm pretty happy with mine, I wanted to have a RR monogram for myself. I try to portrait some of my / or want to characteristics (short, modern but classic, clean)

    Here it is https://www.ramiroruiz.com/logo.svg

    3 points
  • Posted to Creating a masonry layout with CSS only, in reply to Andrew Richardson , Apr 17, 2019

    While grid is awesome, that codepen example is not fallowing a truly a masonry style, it should be more like Pinterest where you don't know how tall are the items beneath them cover the free space that shorter ones leave. With grid creating rows it will leave spaces or you have to stretch the items to the same height. Just different styles, I think the masonry flex solution from Tobias will work great for a feed or waterfall of content.

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

    I've been a big fan of Principle from some time now, is very fast and easy to make advance animations.

    This year I was thinking about switching from Sketch to Figma but Principle was holding me back but now with their integration, I have all I need.

    Figma can do a great basic prototyping solution (like InVision) and that's especially useful for presenting a long flow and keeping Principle for micro-interactions and complex animations.

    I do many Design Sprints over the year and by downloading the principle app and running the file on your phone it looks and feels so real, all testers think they're using the real thing. I haven't found another tool that convincing and fast.

    4 points
  • Posted to How do you give feedback on design implementation to developers?, in reply to Ahmed Sulajman , Nov 02, 2018

    Right now just for reviews, I have a personal table just to keep track of my to-dos. Yes, the “ideal look” column can be the image of the original design or what I generally do is make a screenshot after I apply the “advised solution” in the inspector (is mostly about adding or changing some CSS rules).

    0 points
  • Posted to How do you give feedback on design implementation to developers?, Nov 01, 2018

    When I'm not implementing my designs I do Design reviews where I document anything that needs to be fixed on Airtable where I have columns for: title, type (back / front-end), priority, status, assigned person, section, page, view (desktop/mobile), long description, advised solution (mostly CSS code that fixes the problem), current look (screenshot), ideal look (screenshot), days old (days that has passed since).

    And its been working great, very clear and faster for both parties to document and fix any problem.

    2 points
  • Posted to As the World Cup is heating up, we ran a small experiment with Overflow. Check out the road to the final made with Overflow. , Jul 06, 2018

    Getting better and better I'm really impressed. Great product!

    2 points
  • Posted to Diya - Timeline animation directly in Sketch, Nov 23, 2017

    As a big Principle user this looks amazing! great job. Super interested.

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