Andrew Pairman

Andrew Pairman

London Product Designer Joined about 10 years ago Andrew has invited Matt Gibson

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  • Posted to Why Writing Good Release Notes Matters, Sep 05, 2017

    An interesting article although I feel the viewpoint is very iOS orientated.

    It's quite easy to be descriptive and engaging on the iOS App Store as Apple has a 4,000 character limit on the 'What's new' section.

    On Android however, the same section is limited to 500 characters. Quite a decrease! This makes writing consistent release notes across both platforms challenging but not all together impossible.

    2 points
  • Posted to Site Design: LA 2024, Jun 26, 2017

    It's a shame they dropped the logo from their initial bid. I was a big fan.

    1 point
  • Posted to Any rock climbers out there?, Jun 23, 2017

    I climb indoors (bouldering) on a weekly basis and occasionally climb outdoors (trad). Happy to help.

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  • Posted to How do you prototype a conversational interface such as chatbot?, Mar 02, 2017

    Botframe by Al Monk ticks most of those boxes.

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  • Posted to As a UX designer, what do you consider the must-read book(s) about behavioral psychology? , Feb 13, 2017

    Don Norman's The Design of Everyday Things

    20 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Mailchimp ~new graphics~, Oct 28, 2016

    Interesting to see them replace red with blue as their primary colour.

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  • Posted to Site Design: InVision Labs, Feb 05, 2016

    I believe the branding was by Focus Labs but I'm not sure if they're also responsible for the site design.

    I'm a sucker for those floating particle elements.

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  • Posted to Survey DN: CMS for clients, Nov 06, 2015

    We dabbled with Perch but have ultimately settled on Silverstripe due to its flexibility.

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  • Posted to Ask: Where does photography fit into your design process?, Apr 10, 2015

    When we know a project is going to be photography lead we get started on them immediately. We create mock-ups of the proposed photographs (pencil sketches, stitching stock photos together or even staging them ourselves). We can place these in the wireframes, designs and during development.

    Doing this keeps the ball rolling and stops the project getting held up due the photographers availability. It helps the client visualise the photography direction we want to take from the offset and also provides a reference for the photographer during a photoshoot.

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  • Posted to All the April Fools jokes, Apr 01, 2015

    A subtle one:

    YouTube searches show "Did you mean: Darude - Sandstorm by Darude?"

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