Jian Wei Liau

Jian Wei Liau

San Francisco Product Designer at Zendesk Joined almost 10 years ago via an invitation from Daryl G.

  • 7 stories
  • Posted to It's 2018 and Material Design still uses a floppy disk as a Save icon, Jun 05, 2018

    I still use the save icon as my avatar, it's very distinctive. Ditto what others have mention, no point reinventing the wheel. I see many attempts trying to on the new save icon, looks either like download or no clue what it means.

    0 points
  • Posted to Best ever Graphic Designer job post?, Jan 21, 2018

    Best marketing yet.

    0 points
  • Posted to How do you keep track of your productivity?, Jan 26, 2017

    Interesting. I'm also looking for tools that tracks the projects I'm working on. Like a daily log; how much time I spend on the projects and turn into data visualization to look back on my progress.

    1 point
  • Posted to Jony Ive interviewed by Charlie Rose, Mar 13, 2016

    Love the answer.

    Charlie: Do you consider yourself an artist or designer? (12:58)

    Jony: I think of myself as part artist, part designer, part engineer, part builder, part craftsman, I think it's a real mixture but in all of that I'm genuinely comfortable being surprise, being wrong...

    4 points
  • Posted to R.I.P. Sunrise, in reply to Kody Dahl , Oct 29, 2015

    sunsad :(

    5 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Armor, Sep 15, 2015

    The logos at the footer. :O

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Animation handoff from Design to Dev?, Aug 13, 2015

    I use Tumult's Hype 3 to simulate animation and screen to screen transitions for my web projects. It's a dead simple tool using keyframe-based animation which I could export it as a HTML.

    If I need to make a gif, I would use LICEcap to record it.

    I'm lucky to work with amazing developers that are able to reproduce when I show them my prototype without needing the actual code.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Definition of “Senior Designer” in your company?, Mar 16, 2015

    Designers are problem solvers. This is how I would classify them:

    Junior designer: The problems and solutions are there and your job as a designer is to execute the design.

    Mid-level designer: The problem is there but the solution is not. Your job is to understand the problem and to create a solution.

    Senior designer: The problems and solutions are unknown. Your job is to identify the problem and create solution(s).

    102 points
  • Posted to Good Design is About Process, not Product., Nov 05, 2014

    Good design solves problems.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Can I use "X" for both close and remove?, Oct 31, 2014

    What about "bin", "trash" icon?


    4 points
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