Hussain Raja

Experience Architect @ Siteworx, LLC. Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Does a UX Designer Need to Learn Coding?, Jun 01, 2020

    It can't hurt to learn..

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  • Posted to Today I spent 2 hours and made remote job board for designers No CODE... in Figma. Check it out!, in reply to Ahmed Sulaiman , Mar 04, 2020

    Performance is pretty choppy though.

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  • Posted to Marking Required Fields in Forms, in reply to Andrew C , Mar 04, 2020

    Oh, I totally get that. My goal when designing has always been to make sure it's clear what the intention is. I was just kinda wondering if removing something because we understand people don't read is the right way to look at it.

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  • Posted to Iconset - Free, cross-platform and fast SVG icon organizer app for designers!, in reply to Mike Rolfe , Feb 24, 2020

    It's free, for now.

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  • Posted to Vectornator X, in reply to Peter Jennings , Aug 18, 2019

    I haven't been able to figure out how to use auto-tracing and have been messing with the app for a couple days. What am I missing?

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  • Posted to Marking Required Fields in Forms, Jun 18, 2019

    Good points in the article but my only problem is with this statement:

    "It’s well known that users don’t read instructions, and they are particularly less likely to read instructions at the top of a form. Form fields seem self-sufficient — after all, each field has a specific instruction — its label, why would you need to read anything else to fill it in?"

    Should we not question why users don't read instructions? I am not saying we should put instruction in place of something that does not need explanation but I am not sure if by acknowledging people don't read we are solving what the actual problem might be?

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  • Posted to Typography Terms Cheat Sheet, in reply to Adam Hayman , May 28, 2019

    What specifically do you think is lacking in their website?

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  • Posted to R.I.P. Ember, in reply to Jonathan Simcoe , Apr 19, 2019

    You can also try out

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  • Posted to R.I.P. Ember, in reply to Elliott Regan , Apr 19, 2019

    Not to mention the fact that when they first introduced ember they were asking for $49.99 dollars and their reason for justifying that was that they will continuously support it with updates.

    Reality has been different.

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  • Posted to Do you use Adobe Illustrator for your UI design work?, Jul 24, 2018

    There was a time where we did wireframes using Illustrator (around version CS4) at the company I use to work for.

    I remember when they added artboard support it was great. We would basically keep similar states in the same file but divide different pages types into their own file.

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