Matt Kofman

Designer/Developer Joined about 9 years ago

  • 3 stories
  • Posted to Apple's API Reference Documentation receives a welcome redesign, Jun 14, 2016

    Still not perfect, but better than it was before.

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  • Posted to How do you collect inspiration?, Nov 18, 2015

    I've been using

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  • Posted to Pixate has joined Google, Jul 21, 2015

    Congratulations, Pixate team. I can't wait to see what great things will happen in the future.

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  • Posted to InVision now with overlays (even on desktop!), Jul 15, 2015

    I mean, that's nice and all, but Pixate is still way more powerful.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Made a small Pixate prototype using work from a recent client engagement, let me know what you think!, in reply to Marcus H , Jun 23, 2015

    First and foremost, thank you for the reply and wonderful words.

    I would say Pixate's learning curve isn't all that bad. The tool itself can be frustrating in its limitedness and some poorly implemented user experience, but on the whole it's a fantastic tool and I cannot wait to see what it will be capable of in the future. It's powerful, easy, and necessary for any true work valuable work and experience in UI/UX design.

    I hate to put a distinct number on the length of time it took me to achieve this prototype because truly all of the experiences in our life leads us up to the multitude of single points where it seems as though things begin to coalesce.

    I can imagine that wasn't, perhaps, the type of response you were expecting, so attempting to put this in terms of more concrete numbers I will say that sketching and ideating took around 2 days, mockups took around a week and a half (more exist than are currently being displayed in this limited prototype), and the Pixate prototype itself took around a single day.

    If you'd like to play around with the prototype yourself, I'd be honored. Any and all feedback is of course welcome.

    The link for the prototype can be found here:

    Be aware, due to the nature of Pixate and my inability to reconcile various issues and limitations with the software, it breaks easily. I'd suggest playing around with it in mostly the same way as done in the video and once you've submitted the 'request', restart the prototype.

    Speaking on which, sorry for the poor quality of the video itself. It would be wonderful to have a platform in which designers and easily upload large beautiful portrait videos of prototypes they're working on, perhaps something in addition to Pixate or just in general.

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  • Posted to Design+Code Giveaway, Apr 12, 2014

    I would also love to get a copy of Meng To's book as well.



    I tried to make it more fun, trying to make posts seem like articles spread on table. The color on the top the cards is related to what icon is associated with it (ex: black for "Ahem", blue for posts with no icon).

    Anyone have an extra invite to Dribbble? I'd love to post more of my stuff :P

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