Siniša Šašić

Siniša Šašić

Trondheim, Norway Senior UX Designer | Digital Product Designer Joined over 8 years ago

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  • Posted to Which Mac is the best for product design?, Jul 19, 2019


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  • Posted to Designers who are 40 plus, how are you..., Apr 15, 2019

    The problem with design is that a lot of it still relies on trends rather than on the timeless principles of design, which casues the entire industry to think they need to revolve around “youth” energy (read: fashion). However, I believe there is a huge transformation in the world of design going on where the “celebrity” designers will no longer be important, but rather the TEAMS of designers will. Therefore, I honestly don’t believe any old designer should worth less than a young one, on the contrary. Of course, it will still depend on how you present yourself, how well you can communicate your values as a designer (not just shipping off your eye candy portfolio and hope for the best). Design role is changing, and the fusion with business, strategy, systems thinking is already in progress.

    Having that in mind, I believe planning a pension shouldn’t be THAT much different than any other retirement planning, excluding maybe the state/institution jobs which are understandably more stable and predictable.

    Also, bear in mind that USA and e.g. Norway where I currently live are nowhere near in comparison when it comes to retirement. Nordics have a completely different model of public services that is much more generous than North America’s (yeah, you pay shit ton of taxes, but then you don’t think about retirement that much).

    I’m Senior UX Designer / Digital Product Designer, age 39 now, been doing it since 2004.

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, in reply to Matt Sawmiller , May 01, 2018

    You are right, after rechecking it I see now it is possible. However, it’s a steep learning curve and the responsivity is still focused more around devices rather than the browsers (I do code and I can prototype all of this much faster in HTML/CSS/JS with the code quality ready for publish).

    Would you be so kind to share some examples of responsive web design made with Origami? And the ways how the prototype is exported to HTML page? Perhaps I’ve missed that as well.

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, Apr 30, 2018

    Origami, Flinto and Principle are not dealing with mobile RESPONSIVE web design. Framer does. On the other hand Framer, despite being easy on the eye has a much steeper learning curve, not to mention Origami. After Effects as well.

    Each tool has it’s pros and cons and there’s no silver bullet.

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  • Posted to Sketch: Live Preview in Second Monitor?, in reply to Shrihari Sankaran , Mar 08, 2017

    When you got a larger no. of artboards it won’t even load them all, and the lag is more than significant. Unusable for a fast-pace productivity.

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  • Posted to Sketch Plugins: Replace Fonts and Company, Feb 11, 2017

    The plugin is not working in 4.2. Is there any other way to achieve this?

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  • Posted to Saying goodbye to Carousel and Mailbox, in reply to Jim Silverman , Dec 14, 2015

    For instance, because there was a need to separate your personal photos from your i.e. work photos. In my case it was separating my PSD files from my family photos, and it worked like a charm. I’m sorry they let it go.

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