Rhys Webber

Birmingham United Kingdom Web Apprentice Joined 6 months ago

  • 5 stories
  • 8 comments
  • 13 upvotes
  • Posted to The Portfolio of Nathan Riley, in reply to beasty fred , Nov 16, 2017

    We were being sarcastic relating to another post dude haha

    0 points
  • Posted to The Portfolio of Nathan Riley, in reply to Jonas S , Nov 15, 2017

    Think him showing his awards at the bottom of the page is a bit vain also, who wants to know about his achievements? ;)

    5 points
  • Posted to Helen Tran — Product Designer, in reply to Rhys Merritt , Nov 15, 2017

    Haha yeah I am

    Fully understand what youre saying dude

    1 point
  • Posted to Helen Tran — Product Designer, in reply to Rhys Merritt , Nov 15, 2017

    No not at all. If you check other websites such as Dribbble, people give criticism but still try not to make the designer feel like shit.

    Rare name by the way haha

    0 points
  • Posted to Helen Tran — Product Designer, Nov 15, 2017

    Funny to see the difference in response from this thread to her Dribbble post, https://dribbble.com/shots/3922266-V9-0-Launch

    Why does this community (not everybody) almost instantly jump to criticising work in an offensive manner? Yes it is your opinion, and yes you are entitled to it, but people are also entitled to design their own website how they want to.

    Is Helen not allowed to be proud of her achievements and share her happiness on her own personal website? Surely you expect that this would be the one place you can post without someone criticising you.

    5 points
  • Posted to Suggestions for growing my Dribbble following?, in reply to Interested Curious , Nov 06, 2017

    Either way, no matter what your name means, it should only be your real name.

    To keep the quality of content and discussions high, members are expected to register under their real names (fake names are assumed to be fake accounts, and are subject to moderation).

    -DesignerNews guidelines

    1 point
  • Posted to Sketch Add 'Notes' to Artboards, Nov 06, 2017

    This would be cool, but then you could use features from InvisionApp to do this.

    0 points
  • Posted to Must have iPhone apps for designers, Nov 06, 2017

    Hi Korey, the apps I use are these

    1. Display by Behance - I use this to show people out and about some work I have done. The app's really professional so gives off a good impression.

    2. Dribbble - Again, I use Dribbble to showcase my work I have uploaded on Dribbble. It's also great to get some inspiration on the go. I've used the Dribbble app whilst I was on the train doing some wireframe sketches.

    3. Sketch Mirror - Must have for when doing responsive designs.

    4. Color Picker - I use Color Picker whilst I'm planning designs. I like to add a page to my Moleskine full of themes, colours and wireframes before I start on the digital version. The app is great for quickly finding colours and getting the hex code for it.

    5. WhatTheFont - This app is one of my favourites, take a picture of a graphic using a font you like e.g a label, draw boundaries around it, select the letters and the app finds the font, if not very similar fonts. Great for when you're out and see a product using a really nice font.

    6. DesignerNews - Obviously I use it to browse when I have time.

    9 points
Load more comments