Seraifa Luce

Seraifa Luce

Product Designer Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Show DN: My Portfolio, Feb 03, 2016

    I love this a sort of interactive resume. The minimal look is very clear and easy to scan. But as a portfolio, the same person reviewing your resume may already have access to that information so this seems like a good opportunity to surface some screenshots or images to give some sense of what the visuals of your work looks like. Since the main features for that are displayed as tag-style links, someone scanning this very quickly may miss it. (And they'd be missing out! Love your Iceland project.)

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  • Posted to Thanks DN: Am I a real UI designer? (1 year update), in reply to Marcus H , Jan 03, 2016

    Good advice! Thanks =)

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  • Posted to Thanks DN: Am I a real UI designer? (1 year update), Dec 31, 2015

    Have you ever encountered a project that you felt was beyond your level, especially technically? It happens more to me when I'm doing small front-end projects and the clients want more and more complicated features added on that I sometimes can't make comfortably, but that's usually what prompts me to start pushing my rate down to accommodate, probably to my detriment. (That imposter syndrome, man!) How do you handle that?

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  • Posted to Show DN: 。*✧ My Portfolio Placeholder, Dec 08, 2015

    This looks lovely (and very in vogue) but what kind of feedback are you looking for? Content is most important in a portfolio's presentation and is what drives the hiring decision when looking for a role. As a personal brand, this placeholder page looks polished, just bare.

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  • Posted to What is this style called?, Nov 27, 2015

    There's a JS library that can help you achieve a similar effect: http://scrollrevealjs.org/ It gives you more flexibility to adjust the entrance of various elements as it enters the viewport.

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