Abhishek Suresh

Abhishek Suresh

Something somewhere Joined almost 9 years ago via an invitation from Matt A.

  • 21 stories
  • Posted to Redesigning Github repository page, Mar 03, 2019

    Github design is pretty good: it gets the job done, it’s clean, has consistent visual language, its design is calm and suitable for everyday use.

    ☝ Your first statement

    My mind: "Why redesign then?"

    9 points
  • Posted to Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year, Dec 18, 2018

    It's Salmon...

    It's Salmon

    1 point
  • Posted to Never Call Yourself a UI Designer: UI is UX, Mar 22, 2018

    Haha. Guess what I found: https://uxdesign.cc/why-no-one-should-be-called-a-ux-designer-71226f4d9cd1

    6 points
  • Posted to Apple's new WWDC page is live!, Mar 15, 2018

    Looks like Apple is trying really hard for the website to look mediocre in browsers other than safari.

    1 point
  • Posted to A New Gmail (Concept), Feb 13, 2018

    Ha! Nice work Indhuja! So good to see your link on the front page! :D

    2 points
  • Posted to Can we just appreciate this Face ID animation, Nov 08, 2017

    The animation is so mesmerising that I forget my face is being stored in the NSA database. lol

    1 point
  • Posted to Gravit Designer 3.2 with Symbols is here, in reply to Kenneth Jensen , Sep 26, 2017

    Even if it is a blatant copy, I think you should also appreciate the fact that there is a team that has invested time, hard work and sacrificed time in the pub/with family to create Gravit AND keep it free.

    And from what I've learnt in my journey as a designer - Everything that is built/designed is always based off something. Some call it inspiration, some call it improvements, some call it copied/ripped off.

    At the end of the day its the same thing! The only thing different is our reaction towards it based on what we know. And trust me, if you can "un-know", you can see the best of everything :)

    1 point
  • Posted to iPhone X, Sep 13, 2017

    Irrespective of whether the design is good or bad. Money (A lot of money) WILL be spent on this phone.

    What I liked about this release is the way they market their features. It makes you NEED these things (Not WANT). These features existed in the past, but nobody needed them until they watch Apple's promos. That is some good research they have invested in.

    I'll play with it at the apple store for now. I think I'll hold on to my kidneys for a little bit longer.

    And this guy's eyes makes me anxious lol. Check out the EYEESSS

    3 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Coda Story, Jan 18, 2016


    ^ That thought was loudest. It distracted me a lot while going through your content. The user MUST feel absolute control of what he/she is doing. Scroll jacking makes the user want the freedom to scroll instead of reading the content. (An analogy - Remember when your parents told you not to steal from the cookie jar? You wanted the cookie MORE!)

    Regarding the tutorial, I closed the modal without reading anything. Then I couldn't find it again. I think teaching the user as he/she uses the site is a better approach. Try the learn as you go approach. Something like this maybe? http://eragonj.github.io/Trip.js/

    5 points
  • Posted to Apple Signature, Jan 12, 2016

    Hmmm. Image alt

    6 points
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