Cory Bujnowicz

Cory Bujnowicz

Product designer @ Slack Joined over 9 years ago

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What mouse do you use?, Apr 13, 2016

    Razer DeathAdder Chroma for work and fun.

    Not a lot of buttons but it has a cable (never have to worry about batteries), it's light, and the colours are actually pretty fun. I think it's one of the better looking mice, especially compared to some of the outlandish gaming mice out there. I've had both of mine for 2+ years and they're still kicking it.

    4 points
  • Posted to An opinionated, no bullshit guide to the Apple Watch., May 04, 2015

    How are y'all enjoying the Apple Watch? Any other interesting things you've discovered?

    0 points
  • Posted to Which app do you use to collect and organise design inspiration pics?, Apr 06, 2014

    I use Gimme Bar, but lately have been looking at Ember. No video saving is a bit of a bummer, tho.

    1 point
  • Posted to Placing nav. behind menu icon - best practice for desktop?, Mar 17, 2014

    Agree with the general sentiment here: it's not clearly a bad idea. Which is why designers have begun to use it more and more on the web at large. It's completely dependent on the goals of the designers.

    A lot of designers have an aversion to clicks (or taps), trying to minimize the number of times a user has to click on the screen to get somewhere with the belief that's good interaction design. It may be, but that doesn't mean it's making the user experience any better. Hiding all navigation under a menu item gives the user one place to look to find what they want, and I think that's pretty worthy.

    Also: there's something to be said about the app-ification of the web, the merging of web and mobile design and all that.

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