Adrien Olczak

Adrien Olczak

Joined over 10 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. Adrien has invited Marcello Manso, Tommy S

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  • Posted to If you ever found yourself digging into wikipedia's links infinitely, Aug 24, 2014

    This one might be for you.

    It's far stretch, but I'm trying to make learning faster and more focused than switching from tab to tab, or app to app.

    0 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your side project(s), in reply to Tanner Christensen , Aug 11, 2014

    What the what.

    Fixed the link on the comment to the app store and will fix the site's link later tonight, thanks man.

    0 points
  • Posted to Apple and Hamburgers, in reply to Mike Rundle , Aug 11, 2014

    Another work around is used in Tweebot, with the far right tabbar item being customizable.

    It doesn't solve the underlying problem, but at least you keep in sight that there's other sections.

    1 point
  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your side project(s), Aug 11, 2014


    An app to make learning things faster.

    Fueled by a somewhat ambitious/almost impossible long-term goal of never letting industries with a monopoly without competition for too long.

    App Store link here

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design:, Aug 11, 2014

    I've been and still do a lot of product designer recruiting and see dozens of portfolio every week. For what its worth, here's the flow I take when looking at candidates:

    • Intro: I like to see the work v.s. the person first. Exception applies if you're a rockstar designer a lot of other designers know.

    • Work: Clicked the work tab, just saw one screen shot (miss the subtle link hover) and thought that was it. A lot of designers just use static images and I thought this was one. At that point I would have closed the tab.

    • Copy: Using "lorem ipsum" is a turn off. There's a lot of implication using real data in your designs and it also makes it hard to "buy-in" into the project.

    • Experience the work, vs seeing it: Whenever you can, try to make me experience the product you designed so I don't have to project myself in the designs and see if they work and how they feel overall.

    • Process: The process is great, but it's helpful only if it supports a great product experience (see point above).

    Hope that helps.

    10 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What do you *love* about iOS7?, Jun 11, 2013

    mostly subtle motion UI details

    1. Home screen unlock / smoother icon dropping animation
    2. Background zoom in as you open a folder (and vice versa)
    3. Slide to switch camera modes
    1 point
  • Posted to How do you critique another designer's work?, Mar 13, 2013

    A simple thing I often use is start by saying "it's not your design work, it's ours"

    Once you've done that, there is no ambiguity as to which one will "win" the argument war. There is no competition, we are on the same boat, we both own that piece of design and try to make it successful.

    0 points
  • Posted to Sunrise for iPhone is out, Feb 19, 2013

    Brilliant app. Focusing on the events rather than the date tiles + that single scroll seems so obvious now.

    @chris.b you can still logout once in and keep google calendars.

    0 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: What Photoshop trick do you think more people should know about? , Feb 12, 2013

    [Dragging a guide + alt] certainly saved me countless trackpad gestures on big screens where I had to go all the way left to grab one.

    2 points
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