Bruno Daniel

Bruno Daniel

Co-founder, Flying Dog Joined over 9 years ago

  • 2 stories
  • Posted to Framer Studio: A new interaction design tool., in reply to T L , Jun 23, 2014

    ...but it's a bore to set up.""@"

    0 points
  • Posted to Hexadecimal color clock. It tells both what time and color it is. , in reply to Steven Reynolds , Jun 19, 2014

    I don't think that makes much sense, even if the browser is smart enough to render a color between #000001 and #000002 during the transition, we certainly won't notice it.

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Do you use Github for design assets?, Jun 10, 2014

    I think a lot of people are considering GitHub as a service to store and manage the revisions in PSD files due to their recent PSD preview feature.

    It's a cool feature, but it's a bit misleading imo. Git is not particularly well suited for binary files, it stores diffs for every revision in your working copy, and you download them all when you clone a repository. This means that your repo will grow dramatically in disk usage, and cloning a repo becomes painfully slow.

    Contrast that with LayerVault and similars, where you get only the latest revision in your hard drive.

    1 point
  • Posted to What is your default browser?, in reply to Luis Abreu , Jun 08, 2014

    It works as expected in Chrome, you can try it. I agree breakpoints are the way to go in most situations, but something so fundamental as logging should be better engineered.

    0 points
  • Posted to What is your default browser?, Jun 07, 2014

    Safari. That said, there's one thing that drives me up the wall: console.log in Safari is asynchronous, meaning that if you try to log a non-primitive (arrays, objects) what is logged might not be the current values at the time of the console.log call. I'm REALLY hoping Yosemite fixes that.

    Before that I was a Chrome user, but I got really fed up with their obnoxious, slow-loading and mandatory "New Tab Page".

    0 points
  • Posted to Screenshots of OS X 10.10 UI, in reply to Luke Mitchell , Jun 02, 2014

    I'd say Alfred strength lies in the extensibility rather than just screen position, but yeah...first thing that came to my mind as well.

    5 points
  • Posted to Your opinion designing using frameworks like Bootstrap., May 31, 2014

    Your client probably wants to keep the maintainability of the project as simple as possible, so that their devs can quickly iterate over their current system using the visual identity that you're designing for them after your contract ended.

    5 points
  • Posted to ng-inspector, a browser extension for AngularJS, in reply to Mattan Ingram , May 30, 2014

    I'm familiar with Batarang, it was the original inspiration. I wanted that functionality in browsers other than Chrome, while also addressing my own insatisfaction with its UI/UX.

    0 points
  • Posted to ng-inspector, a browser extension for AngularJS, in reply to Elliott Regan , May 30, 2014

    The first version supported Safari only, as it had the biggest deficit in AngularJS tooling, and it's a browser I otherwise enjoy. Chrome was next as it's the most popular and I kept getting a lot of requests for it - kind of a surprise because of Batarang. It seems a lot of people favoured ng-inspector over Batarang for the design, which was uplifting :)

    Turns out starting with Safari was perfect, as it has the most limited extension API of the three. After Safari, the other browsers were much easier to target with the existing code base.

    1 point
  • Posted to TRON Legacy interface recreated in WebGL , May 28, 2014

    This is so cool. The author also shared the his WebGL globe implementation as a component:

    2 points
Load more comments