Arthur Klepchukov

Joined almost 2 years ago

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  • Posted to Learn UI Interactions with Framer Playground, in reply to Meng To , Jun 13, 2019

    He may have been talking about the landing page. I too was really confused about the static headings presented as buttons—from Layout all the way to API Data. Surprising pattern.

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  • Posted to The State of CSS 2019, Jun 13, 2019

    Consider adding a call to action on the home page. There's a lot of info, but I have to guess as to what you want me to do next.

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  • Posted to The humble receipt gets a redesign, May 20, 2019

    Fun example of real-world UX. Anyone else inspired to think of what other use cases aren't supported by existing receipts?

    For me, simply sorting things from most to least expensive, would help demystify where the money went.

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  • Posted to Designing for code and coding for design, May 20, 2019

    "Mirroring code structure in design files" doesn't make sense to me if you're designing and building cross-platform. Markup does not necessarily translate to native mobile or desktop code. Design tools should enable speed of ideas before consistency of execution, which rarely requires the rigor or structure of production code. This strikes me as too prescriptive of a requirement.

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  • Posted to What design tools get wrong, May 02, 2019

    Thanks for sharing Kilian. Do you find nested symbols in Sketch helpful? They seem to address your points—esp variants, states, and responsive variants. I find symbols make good spacers too. Sketch does seem to be moving toward more design tokens with text styles, layer styles, and document colors being available in libraries.

    Wholeheartedly agree on more constraints and built-in version control and a11y.

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  • Posted to Abstract changelogs leave a lot to be desired, in reply to Josh Sanders , Apr 16, 2019

    It's not just metadata like color profiles and symbol positions. All text styles and layer styles changes appear in this area. When you're maintaining and evolving a design system, those details are quite important.

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  • Posted to Why Cancel Buttons Should Never Have a Color, Apr 10, 2019

    Did anyone else find the iOS example made a stronger case than the first modal? Perhaps the iOS example highlights a lack of hierarchy in those alert actions.

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  • Posted to Sketch, maker of popular design tool, just landed $20 million in funding, in reply to Andrew C , Mar 18, 2019

    Invision’s product strategy is too thirsty (and it’s cohesion between products feel jerry rigged like Adobe... without even the years of debt) and needy.

    Absolutely. Hardly any cohesion or UX consistency across InVision. Sharing and commenting on Prototypes is completely unlike sharing or commenting on Freehands, which is completely unlike sharing or commenting on Boards. Consistency does not seem to a goal there.

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  • Posted to Updates to the Microsoft Office user experience, Jun 19, 2018

    Undoing the ribbon is not innovation, but I'm glad it's happening.

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