Seth C

Seth C

Freelance UI/UX Joined 7 months ago

  • 6 stories
  • 13 comments
  • 12 upvotes
  • Posted to Bootsketch Landing page updates + Free Demo (Looking for feedback), in reply to c kizer , May 22, 2018

    Thanks so much!

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  • Posted to Bootsketch Landing page updates + Free Demo (Looking for feedback), in reply to Kamushken Roman , May 21, 2018

    I just trust them to do the right thing. If they lie about it that's on their soul.

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  • Posted to AMA: All About Sharing in Adobe XD, Apr 11, 2018

    If XD were a teenage mutant ninja turtle which one would it be?

    7 points
  • Posted to Sign up for Facebook, Mar 26, 2018

    This is strange...

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  • Posted to Blokks — Incredible, embeddable schedules, in reply to Joshua Turner , Feb 12, 2018

    BLOKKS

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  • Posted to DN Dark Mode, Jan 03, 2018

    You're cool

    1 point
  • Posted to Bootsketch: Design sites faster (looking for feedback), in reply to chloe barbieux , Dec 19, 2017

    Hey Chloe, sorry you're experiencing issues with Bootsketch.

    Can you tell me what elements seem buggy? If I can replicate the issues you're experiencing I'll be happy to try and fix them. I'm keeping track of issues on this public trello board https://trello.com/b/0FRbgQvy/bootsketch

    Or if you'd rather, you can email me directly at seth@coelen.co

    Thanks! Seth

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  • Posted to Bootsketch: Design sites faster (looking for feedback), in reply to Mark Otto , Dec 15, 2017

    Ahhh, thanks Mark! Means a lot coming from you!

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  • Posted to Bootsketch: Design sites faster (looking for feedback), in reply to Thomas Michael Semmler , Dec 14, 2017

    Good questions, Thomas! Here are a few reasons why it's helpful

    If your developer is using Bootstrap:

    1. It helps bridge the gap between designer & developer, and helps them both be on the same page. If I as a designer know all the default assets my developer has at his disposal I can pull those into my design with confidence knowing that those are pretty much plug and play when things get to development

    2. If I've made edits & branding updates to bootsketch, I can simply share my design with the developer and he can see what colors / components were updated. From there he'll know exactly what needs to be changed within the bootstrap ecosystem.

    If your developer is NOT using Bootstrap

    Bootsketch still gives you a TON of design assets that help you put your mockup together very quickly.

    1. It gives you many standard components that'd you'd need to create regardless. (like buttons, forms, typography, linked color styles)
    2. It gives you artboards with all the major breakpoints with accurate grid spacing for different sized screens.
    3. And the best reason is that all of these components work really really well. I've tested them time and again to make sure they resize fluidly, and are easy to override or modify.

    Hope this helps!!!

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  • Posted to Bootsketch: Design sites faster (looking for feedback), in reply to Edouard Penin , Dec 13, 2017

    This is exactly the type of feedback I'm looking for. I wanted to get the product out there and see if there was interest for it without building every size variation of of badges, or inputs. These are all things I'm writing down and will put on the roadmap to add/fix in the near future.

    I'll go ahead and create a public trello board so we can track bugs, improvements, and ideas https://trello.com/b/0FRbgQvy/bootsketch

    I really appreciate your feedback, I won't let you guys down!

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