Jahit J

Jahit J

London Joined about 5 years ago via an invitation from Vincenzo P.

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  • Posted to As a Product Designer, what are your essential tools?, Jun 24, 2019
    • Adobe XD: Very easy for me to switch back and forth between macOS and Windows, allows me to prototype within application instead of relying on Invision and others.

    • Fusion 360: Great tool for designing mechanical parts ready for printing and designing 3D objects for concept design.

    • Paper: Noting and sketching ideas down

    • Sticky Notes: Use them for planning sessions when I'm conducting research

    • Google Drive: For all my writing, research and planning needs - great for collaborating with team members.

    • Slack or Teams: Both are great, I use Slack personally for my side projects and Teams for my workplace to communicate with my manager and other people in the company.

    • InDesign: Creating print ready documentation, I use this mostly for presentations (if I have the time to create beautiful decks)

    • Trello: Project management (its free)

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  • Posted to Any research or case study for dark mode UI?, in reply to Yasen Dimov , Apr 15, 2019

    This was very helpful for myself and team thank you!

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  • Posted to Any research or case study for dark mode UI?, in reply to Alex Hoffman , Apr 12, 2019

    This was very helpful thanks!!

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  • Posted to Research or User Journey?, in reply to Tim Knight , Jun 12, 2017

    Thanks!!

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  • Posted to Research or User Journey?, in reply to Tim Knight , Jun 09, 2017

    Thanks for your response, its really helpful :).

    What kind of questions should I ask like generic questions to find out what problems users are having?

    Sorry for the silly questions!

    Thanks

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  • Posted to Yassin's Falafel House, Jan 27, 2017

    What a wonderful story, honestly loved the way you can use modern day technology to assist small businesses. Creating easy solutions to problems.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: PageCloud – What's your view?, in reply to ポール ウェッブ , Jan 12, 2016

    I am on the same boat as you if I'm honest, this might sound crazy but I think coding a website is a lot more quicker than using these types of services

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What are your goals as a designer in 2016?, Dec 27, 2015
    1. Improve my design skill set
    2. Finish coding my hybrid application in JavaScript
    3. Design everything I can given by my manager at work.
    4. Get a better earning salary hopefully 30k around Oct 2016
    5. Electronic engineering
    6. Design a cute robot for carpet cleaning.
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  • Posted to Small NFC Paper Interaction , in reply to Dmitrij Paskevic , Nov 12, 2015

    Because..I did it – I kid! I've never had the chance to do something like this so I thought I'd share it :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Master's degree with great focus on design thinking, Oct 25, 2015

    I have a masters degree in Digital Design and Branding which I got exposed to Design Thinking heavily in solving digital problems, personally I can tell you a masters degree will only benefit you at high end companies like Google and Microsoft but end of the day its all about the experience that you have on your CV/Resume. I managed to complete my masters this year and prior to that I was doing an undergrad degree in Multimedia Computing and got a first class (not sure how the american grading system works but in the UK its an A*).

    If you want to do a masters degree I say go for it but having experience is more beneficial in the design industry and you have electronics engineering as your background so you could most surely get into product/industrial design as a field.

    Note: I'm 24/5 so my life is starting with the design/development industry - currently working as a digital design developer at Brunel Union.

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