Andrew Washuta

Cincinnati, OH Experience Designer Joined over 1 year ago

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  • Posted to 1 week into my new job and I'm thinking about quitting., in reply to Paul Bunyar , Apr 15, 2019

    this. Too often I see "flush", and cringe.

    1 point
  • Posted to new personal site - feedback welcome! , Mar 26, 2019

    I so badly wanted the dot grid to match up with your work / case studies, but it's no worries. Overall it looks great. Also, always love what Rik and the folks at are doing. Really fantastic course.

    0 points
  • Posted to Killed By Google is a digital graveyard of the company’s dead products, Mar 26, 2019

    What really gets me here is Inbox. I'm gonna miss Inbox :(. Have tried other alternatives, Superhuman, Consider, to name a few. Not the same as my Inbox.

    5 points
  • Posted to Does anyone have experience, good or bad, buying Refurbished Apple products?, Mar 25, 2019

    Have a buddy I worked with who purchased a 2017 MB Pro from the refurb site. He had an issue where it wouldn't turn back on, but it sort of solved itself and he didn't need to go to the Apple Store. Other than that, he said it was basically a new laptop.

    0 points
  • Posted to The Last Time — My first iOS app, Mar 20, 2019

    Love the concept. I'm very forgetful, so this will definitely be helpful!

    1 point
  • Posted to Humane by Design, in reply to Steven Cavins , Mar 18, 2019

    ^ Following this

    1 point
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, in reply to Steven Cavins , Mar 11, 2019

    This is the methodology we currently use in our "design kit". Surprisingly working across 6-7 designers it works pretty well. Doesn't require us to have the same plugins and whatnot.

    1 point
  • Posted to Consider (a new email client in development), in reply to Itay Abraham , Mar 05, 2019

    Meh. Not worth the $30/month. There are some cool features for sure that set it apart (think spotlight search/actions, but for email), but I didn't see the value.

    1 point
  • Posted to So you say you want some brutalism?, Feb 22, 2019

    I love me some brutalism, but holy information overload.

    0 points
  • Posted to Design Systems, Sprint Weeks and other UX Snake Oils, in reply to Steven Cavins , Feb 04, 2019

    Pairing for designers is an amazing tactic, but not without pitfalls. It's super good for generating ideas together and talking through design decisions in the moment, as well as course-correcting if someone is getting off track. It's great for relinquishing the silos us designers usually fall into. I do think there is a time and place for it though, not always. Too much and you might end up not pushing the boundaries as much as you would have had you separated and then paired after for feedback. Ie. Can't have too much of a good thing. But overall, I like it, it's great. We have product designers at our company who lead features and then will pair occasionally with other designers when a design jam is needed.

    2 points
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