Adam Fisher-Cox

Adam Fisher-Cox

adamfishercox.com Joined 9 months ago

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  • Posted to My new portfolio is a single page, a single case study., in reply to Karl Weber , Sep 21, 2018

    Definitely better, but I'm still able to scroll faster than the browser can paint the page.

    1 point
  • Posted to My new portfolio is a single page, a single case study., in reply to Todd Cantley , Sep 21, 2018

    Yeah the scrolling was super janky on Chrome, MacBook Pro early 2015. Also - who are you? Is your name anywhere on this site?

    1 point
  • Posted to Denys Loveiko Portfolio, Sep 21, 2018

    took way too long to load anything

    1 point
  • Posted to New 2018 Kubilay Sapayer Portfolio!, in reply to Jeff Guerrero , Sep 20, 2018

    And I see "Debbit" instead of "Debit" in one screenshot. That plus the weird hover interactions is what stuck out to me.

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  • Posted to Uber rebrand, in reply to Cristian Moisei , Sep 18, 2018

    The U frame is a ret-conned way to make literally any image/copy lockup be acceptable within the "brand." By saying it's on-brand to crop into the U at literally any point and in any ratio, they can have literally any ratio of image to white-space they want except for having white-space above the image.

    1 point
  • Posted to Firefox logo concept, Sep 17, 2018

    Looks like a Q

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  • Posted to iPhone Xs Website, in reply to Nelson Abalos Jr , Sep 17, 2018

    This page stops your scrolling at certain points to make your scroll gesture scrub through an animation or video effect. That is textbook scrolljacking. That said, this is the best scrolljacking I've ever encountered in that it didn't feel at all like I was fighting the page. I suspect that's because it's been optimized for Apple trackpads.

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: Siri, in reply to Mr Fannybatter , Sep 17, 2018

    It's definitely not "smooth as silk" on most devices I've tried - and no, Apple clearly doesn't prioritize browser testing across devices for pure performance. Their Mac Pro page is a great example of that. I've never seen a browser where it rendered nicely and smoothly, but nonetheless they shipped it because it's "cool."

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  • Posted to When hiring designers, do you give a design test as part of the interview process? If so, what's the test?, in reply to Thomas Mathew , Sep 11, 2018

    right - we're talking about a "design test." that's just one part of all the other things you should do to create a good interview process.

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  • Posted to Is Chrome 69 supposed to look good?, in reply to Joshua Turner , Sep 10, 2018

    Firefox dev tools are amazing now - I still have an ingrained bias against Firefox but I'm considering it more and more for development.

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