Josh Olsen

Josh Olsen

User Experience Designer @ Turo Joined over 9 years ago

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  • Posted to Site Design: helloBRSTL, in reply to David Darnes , Mar 03, 2016

    Perhaps it's just in the circles I float in, but it's definitely become a go to for lots of people I interact with since they split the less useful check in functionality into a separate app a while back. Regardless, I have said the same thing about Yelp, which definitely has a larger user base (at least in the US). Different user tendencies in a different market seems like a fine reason to me if it's validated though - was mostly just curious if there was a specific reason for doing this.

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  • Posted to Site Design: helloBRSTL, Mar 02, 2016

    Certainly well designed. I can't help but think of Foursquare though, which provides the same information (if not more) with contributions from a much larger user base. Why would I use this over that?

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  • Posted to Skeuomorphism vs. Flat Design, Feb 11, 2016

    It would be great if we could all just agree to strike a balance that works within the context of what we're designing, and never rewrite or share this undying article topic again (unless there's truly something new to add).

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  • Posted to Check out how designers worked in 2015, Feb 09, 2016

    This is neat, but I dislike that it positions itself as "putting how designers worked in 2015 into perspective". There's no perspective. It's just stats without context.

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  • Posted to How does Invision's documentary "Design Disruptors" represent the design community when everyone featured is white?, in reply to Dylan Sowell , Oct 06, 2015

    Looking backwards in time at a world history rife with the oppression and exclusion on non-white males doesn't justify a lack of diversity within any given field today - it shines a spotlight exactly the issues you're trying to say aren't issues.

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  • Posted to Design Disruptors from InVision, Oct 01, 2015

    I almost want to get to a point where I can caress products. That's humane. You don't click people.

    Some quotes in that trailer definitely irked me, but this one takes the cake.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Re-inventing Mobile Navigation for The 'Big Screen Generation', Sep 22, 2015

    I'm on board with their reasoning, but their solution is basically a hamburger menu (read: icon that puts the onus of understanding on the users shoulders) in a different location.

    Admittedly, I was cynical from the get go - "Re-inventing" aka "I'm about to make a small change and present it as something radical".

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  • Posted to I'm sorry., in reply to Pedro Duarte , Aug 28, 2015

    It's like the design equivalent of The Room

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  • Posted to Bernie Sanders' 404 Page, in reply to arwin thakkar , Aug 27, 2015


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