Bart S

UX/UI Designer Joined 5 months ago

  • 2 stories
  • Posted to New 2018 Kubilay Sapayer Portfolio!, in reply to Kubilay Sapayer , Sep 06, 2018

    Had a quick look and I like it. Clean UI and straight to the point. One thing I noticed was that you use the same bg color on the page for bva as you used in one of your designs on that page. It looks a bit weird since some elements of the design will blend with the background. Maybe add a tiny border, shadow or something around the designs or choose a slightly different tint bg color.

    1 point
  • Posted to My 2018 Side Project. Heat Sync - A Kitchen Timekeeper for the Preoccupied Generation ⏲, Sep 05, 2018

    The app I didn't know I needed until now...

    6 points
  • Posted to React is for Designers, in reply to Jan Zheng , Aug 30, 2018

    Vue's fantastic. I learned a bit of React when I wanted to learn React Native so I could build apps. Eventually got the hang of it but never really got the feeling that I completely understood what I was writing. Vue is so much cleaner and readable it's insane. I really hope Vue becomes as big as React is right now.

    0 points
  • Posted to What websites do you visit daily?, Aug 29, 2018
    0 points
  • Posted to Principle 4.0 released , Aug 29, 2018

    There's so many new products and tools releasing lately but I keep coming back to Principle. Nothing beats the quickness of it. Unfortunately I just saw my license ended 3 weeks ago but I'm definitely extending it soon.

    1 point
  • Posted to Principle 4 Beta, Aug 21, 2018

    Great stuff. Have to try it out but the reworked export functionalities sound great. I love using Principle but exporting stuff and keeping it good quality was always such a hassle.

    2 points
  • Posted to Legendary Peter Saville designs new Burberry logo & monogram, Aug 03, 2018

    That first instagram post in this article made me laugh. 'Think you can do it in four weeks?'

    0 points
  • Posted to Reclaim gigabytes of free storage on Mac by deleting Sketch caches [Safe Method], Jul 28, 2018

    Sounds good but honestly 19$ is way more than I'd spend on something like this.

    2 points
  • Posted to It’s time to meet Framer X, an advanced interaction design tool that’s easy for just about anyone to use., Jul 26, 2018

    Still extremely excited to try this out, but also a bit let down. Where I work we don't use React so the code I write in Framer won't be used. I've got some React experience and I've recently switched to Vue for some personal try-out projects. I don't see React being the marketleader (if you could even call it that) in 2-3 years anymore. The code I do write in Framer is useful though, but we obviously have to re-write it so it fits in our production environment. I don't see X changing that. Maybe if you do use React at work it's a game changer but I wouldn't know.

    Secondly, and probably most importantly, I don't see our team (even though it's small) switching to Framer for the design-phase. It's something that's been bothering me about Framer for a while even though I do understand the reason behind it. I started using Framer for prototyping/animating by importing from Sketch. It worked great for a long while like that. I don't use it every day but when I open it now I'm always confused by all the new design related stuff that's been added. I don't design in Framer and I don't know anyone that does in my environment, so I'm not going to build our whole design system/component library in there.

    But again, I'm still excited to try it out and there's definitely some stuff in there that I'm looking forward to. I kinda like the big competition that seems to be going on between design/prototype tools right now since only good can come out of it.

    8 points
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