David Hariri

David Hariri

Toronto Product Designer and Developer Joined over 9 years ago via an invitation from Kevin L.

  • 21 stories
  • Posted to Suggestion: Better differentiate sponsor posts on DN, in reply to Ken Em , Oct 25, 2018


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  • Posted to Must Watch Online Design Videos, Jul 18, 2018

    Local company in Toronto: https://www.ynotmade.com/en/shop/neo/?sku=5033. Very popular here with cyclists. Durable, washable, customizable and rain-proof. I've had mine for two years now without any issues.

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  • Posted to Tareq Ismail Portfolio, in reply to Tareq Ismail , May 12, 2018

    I've had this issue working with video as well. What I did find was using absolute white and absolute black was web-safe.

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  • Posted to Do you design for iPhone 8 or X first?, Feb 21, 2018

    320 for life

    7 points
  • Posted to Coindex for iOS, Oct 19, 2017


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  • Posted to Sketch 47 with Libraries —Sync and use Symbols across documents, Oct 10, 2017

    I can’t wait to start using Libraries! Thanks Sketch team!

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  • Posted to Bobby 2.0, in reply to Nils Hoenson , Oct 05, 2017

    I really like this! Thanks!

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  • Posted to The New Dropbox, Oct 03, 2017

    This is a shining example of a design team that has no idea who their customers are or what's important to them.

    What makes (made?) Dropbox great is it's simplicity and ease of use. Trendy fonts and Warhol colour palettes don't matter to anyone who uses Dropbox every day and don't communicate the principles of what makes its design great. I would argue that they may even get in the way of using a product like Dropbox. This feels like it was made by an agency for Kanye West rather than a serious interface design team. It doesn't even work in Safari for macOS.

    I'm pretty surprised to see this as the front page manifesto for what Dropbox's team thinks great design is.

    164 points
  • Posted to The New Dropbox, in reply to Ken Em , Oct 03, 2017

    Safari on macOS too. Total jank.

    11 points
  • Posted to Framer Gradients — Where Color Meets Motion, Jul 05, 2017

    Looks beautiful! Side note: this line irked me a bit:

    "When it comes to design, color has the potential to make or break a product"

    Anyone else find this kind of definition of what design is all about upsetting to read? IMO, colour is important to consider as it aids in attention, contrast and usability, but make or break a product? I'm not convinced...

    8 points
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