Michael Locke

Lead UI/UX Designer at ADP Joined about 8 years ago

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  • Posted to Has anyone actually received early access to InVision Studio?, Feb 13, 2018

    I have a nice size following but they won't give me access because I won't goosh and awe like most designers do. Tools are a means to an end. At the end of the day, InVision Studio will offer what Sketch offers (lets hope) along with the ability produce better transitions. I use InVision heavily today for prototyping, I think Studio is a great idea, but at the end of the day, its just a tool, similar to all the other top design tools.

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  • Posted to How does Podcasting help you as a Business and as an Individual?, Oct 26, 2017

    Attention - It builds your brand, allows people a chance to get to know you, eventually will buy from you, if and when you have something of value to sell.

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  • Posted to Early Impressions of Craft's Prototype Beta, May 26, 2016

    Thanks for the insight. Looking forward to getting up and running with Craft and really taking advantage of this feature. Designing and Prototyping is a must (in one app), something I've been used to in Adobe Fireworks. Now we get it in Sketch. Really looking forward to this.

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  • Posted to What's your favorite wireframe tool for web?, Nov 12, 2015

    Fireworks or Photoshop

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Using an iPad Pro for work, in reply to Manny Larios , Nov 11, 2015

    The Paper app is great. All these types of apps are great, but eventually I keep going back to good ol' pen and note pad.

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  • Posted to I never go to page two , Nov 05, 2015

    I just went to page two and came back.

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  • Posted to Video: Working at Booking.com, Nov 02, 2015


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  • Posted to Project Comet in 1 minute #video !, Oct 16, 2015

    My only request is that you include basic Bitmap capabilities along with solid Vector capabilities. Basic features, enough to make the app a "true" all-in-one for both UI/UX Designers and eliminate the need for constant round trips into PS or AI. As a Fireworks user, Fireworks accomplished this. I don't see too much Bitmap features in the demo (from what I can see) so I'm hoping you guys look into this. Basic features like Cropping, Color Adjustments, Noise, Blur, Sharpen, etc. Just the basics.

    Today, many UXers are a blend of UI/UX Designers, the community is in dire need of an app with this potential. I've been teaching online with Adobe Fireworks the past 5 years, I hope to continue doing so using this app. Hoping Adobe Comet is the pimped out fresher version of what we see in Fireworks. Love what I see so far, but we NEED basic Bitmap editing capabilities along with the strong Vector capabilities.

    Thanks for the ear!

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