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  • Posted to Official Martin Garrix website, Apr 13, 2021

    Damn. That is nice work.

    0 points
  • Posted to Publish Your UI/UX Portfolio with Notion, Nov 21, 2019

    Great for some. Looks like BootStrap to me.

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  • Posted to Unsplash for Figma, Aug 06, 2019


    1 point
  • Posted to What are your favourite books on UX?, May 21, 2019

    Suggested books:


    6 points
  • Posted to How to convince your team to follow design guidelines? , Feb 20, 2019

    If they have strong feelings about a direction, ask them to present 2 ideas.

    -1 following the present guidelines accurately -1 with a proposed improvement, or a different direction

    Discuss these ideas openly. If the proposed improvement gains universal approval, work it into the present guidelines.

    It shouldn't be an authoritarian regime. It should follow a considered and open process.

    1 point
  • Posted to My new portfolio is finally live! Would love your feedback. , Feb 19, 2019

    Excellent job.

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  • Posted to We AB tested having a sticky add to cart button (sticky won), in reply to Gabriel Sturk , Feb 13, 2019

    Case studies, such as this, can help to support our own ideas and suggestions to those who have less natural insight into UI/UX improvement. I have found this to be especially true with external clients or internal managers outside of product or design.

    You can put a good case forward with your own insights, backing that up with additional research and findings can really help propel that forward. It helps to build trust.

    So obvious stuff can be useful stuff.

    1 point
  • Posted to Hang the DJ, Jan 11, 2019

    Pros: The concept is good. I like the idea of randoms generating popular playlists through collaborations. Strongest tracks climb.

    Cons: Friends will be too polite to downvote, but clearly upvoting will still work.

    Dislikes: Found the interface limited, adding songs was cumbersome and switching between tracks was confusing. I didn't have the patience to find out if it was me doing it wrong, or poor design (and why should I?)

    Good idea. Not a fan of the execution. Looks nice though.

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  • Posted to Re-entering the field after 4 years – what did I miss, in reply to James Jun , Jan 07, 2019

    Yes. For hard-core wireframing, flows and lo-fi UX design, Axure still reigns.

    It is expensive for what it offers, which is why it is becoming less relevant to the majority or designers as it offers poor value for money compared to Figma, Sketch and other tools.

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  • Posted to CodyHouse's Components, Dec 12, 2018

    Thanks CodyHouse <3

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