Be nice. Or else.
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The website and illustrations look NICE!
Subscribed, thanks for sharing :)
I understand your take on this but what's with the negativity?
What do you use in scenarios where you have to show that something can be saved? I mean, it's not like you've provided a better solution to or anything ¯_(ツ)_/¯
I literally bought Tweetbot 2 a month ago (-_-｡)
The updated version looks cool though, great job!
I recently started playing with React and this really really makes me want to try Figma again. The fact that I could design there and the UI is updated on a website in real time seems like such a time saver. Sure it's not for every type of websites/webapps, but hey, it doesn't have to be :)
The Figma team is really killing it from the start!
Umm... You kinda lost me lost me at:
Maybe I just don't get what the "marathon" target audience is supposed to be but the way you're selling it sure as hell doesn't appeal to me :/
Sorry, didn't want to rant below the article, as it's clearly selling something else than the event, but the way you presented the event kinda ticked me off :)
Just curious, why do you number the artboards in the first place? I guess it helps when exporting as pngs (I do this too), but not really on Zeplin. I ask this because in Zeplin you can rearrange them as needed, so they'll be in the order you wanted them to be either way right? If you had them numbered like in your idea, the numbers wouldn't match after deleting a screen either way, so the number reference wouldn't stay the same...or am I missing something?
The title of the article actually reads:
Which is what the article is about.
But hey, let's make anything look like clickbait even when it's not ¯_(ツ)_/¯
I don't want to be negative, I enjoyed the article, but the article was really hard for me to read. Not the writing itself, but the way you handle body text on the page makes it hard to follow. For me, it was a bit too small and the line-height too big, so the lines and words seemed kinda lost in space. While bigger line-height and letter-spacing attributes are great for Headers and Quotes, for bigger chunks of smaller text it doesn't work well in my opinion :)
I've played around a bit and something like this could work (I think): Image Link
Be nice. Or else.
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