Andy Chipperfield

Andy Chipperfield

UI/UX Designer Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to P GB , Mar 31, 2016

    It's been removed, presumably by the poster.

    As I mentioned in other threads (see above), and learned through this whole discussion, is it's more about quality content over a blanket ban. That (I think) is what we all want.

    0 points
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to Drew McDonald , Mar 31, 2016

    I wasn't aware you're able to 'downvote shit'; I would definitely have considered it if it was available, baby.

    2 points
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to P GB , Mar 31, 2016

    Thank you for allowing me to bash Dribbble, but as I mentioned previously in this comment thread, I'm really not bashing dribbble, that's another discussion entirely.

    The post on DN that lead me to start this conversation, which was posted today, was exactly as described.

    1 point
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to Ian Goode , Mar 31, 2016

    Irony is my middle name. That and Dave.

    And I'm not complaining about Dribbble (I'll leave that to opinionated writers on Medium), just that trying to get more views on your shot of a design on an angled iPhone probably (I'm guessing here) isn't the kind of content DN readers want to see.

    0 points
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to Ed Adams , Mar 31, 2016

    You're right. Maybe DN isn't wholly about news, but about relative products and discussion too.

    I'd just rather not see it become a dumping ground for self-promotion. But that's just my preference.

    1 point
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to KQ Dreger , Mar 31, 2016

    You're right, maybe like recent discussions about Medium, it's more about quality content over a blanket ban.

    Is the DN algorithm working? Is there a better system of ensuring some level of quality?

    5 points
  • Posted to Can we finally ban dribbble links, pleeeeease?, in reply to Daryl Ginn , Mar 31, 2016

    Love this! Great. Nice Shot.

    8 points
  • Posted to Show DN: New Product Design Portfolio - 2016 update, Mar 17, 2016

    Hey Joshua, nice and clean design and you've worked on some good projects. My only thought is that there isn't any narrative with the case studies; what did you do in each, did you work in a team, what were the constraints etc.

    Other than that great update

    1 point
  • Posted to The first grid.io sites have surfaced and they're kinda terrible, in reply to Chus Margallo , Mar 08, 2016

    Absolutely; as I said, I'm talking from an outsiders point of view with no vested interest. This may be a different one to yours

    0 points
  • Posted to The first grid.io sites have surfaced and they're kinda terrible, Mar 08, 2016

    I confess, I didn't put any money into the grid, so I don't really have any emotional connection with it; no reason to be angry, or indeed no reason to be happy that sites are beginning to pop up (no matter what they may look like). I've followed their story, seen the promos, read the medium posts, and as an outsider and I'm actually excited that they have produced a product that, to some extent (whatever you feel that maybe), actually produces websites via AI.

    I'm pretty sure this isn't the final product, and this will be built upon. Things may not look visually great, but they have produced a product.

    It may be that this technology could be the base of other things in the future; for instance helping dyslexic or autistic users consume more content much more easily than is possible now. I/we just don't know.

    The fact that the team has produced AI that can do this is a move forward and a move into the unknown.

    4 points
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