Sazzad Hossain

New York, NY Chief Product Officer Joined over 8 years ago

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  • Posted to Figma: Introducing Vector Networks, in reply to Marc Edwards , Feb 12, 2016

    I agree. Re-inventing is a very strong term. Even when you consider that doing this on the web vs doing it on a native software. This is not new on the web either. In fact, even we have options like this in Gravit and we had it for a long time. There are other vector based tools on the web that can also do similar things. As for even/odd and non-zero fill mode, another feature we've had for some time. Here's a screencast of it in action: http://quick.as/zpBaCXm3x

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  • Posted to Show DN: Gravit Halloween Landing Page :), in reply to Edwin de Jongh , Oct 29, 2015

    This is my fault, and I take responsibility. I used the image to show the idea to the team and left it there before removing it.

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  • Posted to A new design tool is available tell us what you think, in reply to Michael Aleo , Sep 02, 2015

    The site design is being changed. We're working long hours to make sure it happens soon. No one said it's okay to "steal UI" also we're not saying that InvisionApps hero is unique either. FWPolice has it too and so do other sites who use similar structure. Anyhow, like said before, we are redoing the landing page because we agree it doesn't explain much about the product.

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  • Posted to A new design tool is available tell us what you think, in reply to Michael Aleo , Aug 31, 2015

    Lol not really junior designer, rather investor. When your investor wants to get hands on and you don't really want them to touch the core product, and they demand that you let them do some sort of coding with their basic knowledge, you have no choice. Sadly an outcome can be something as so. Anyhow, as most will find out soon, we are taking full 100% back from investors and taking our true approach to the product. From design to product. It will be developed as a user-based product where the user tells us what they want (like we originally wanted before investors got involved). We know that there are many passionate InvisionApp users, and we hope to get a few ourselves someday. For now, hopefully this community will help us build a great product with your feedback and test.

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  • Posted to A new design tool is available tell us what you think, in reply to Mario S , Aug 28, 2015

    The company decided to go web-based to provide users with more collaboration based features. Furthermore, since the small is very team, making them focus only on web-based makes it easier on the team to develop. We can also now slowly start integrating collaboration features.

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  • Posted to A new design tool is available tell us what you think, in reply to Raffaello Sanzio , Aug 28, 2015

    Gravits goal is to provide a service similar to Photoshop, Fireworks, Illustrator, Freehand and few others free of charge. They also wanted to create a product people can use without requiring a particular OS like most design software these days. Instead of paying $49.99 a month for CC, you can pay nothing Gravit until you want to upgrade and get more storage and a few extra features. For the time being everyone gets everything in Gravit free.

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