User Experience Designer

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In everything you do, there is art behind it. Art is the idea that things are carefully made, imbued with one’s soul and emotions. It is an expression of a person’s inner self. When you connect your craftsmanship to such a deep level, you tend to be driven to obsession.
– Meng To, in Design+Code
The iOS Human Interface Guidelines has this rather humorous example of why splash screens and startup experiences should be avoided. Get people to the good stuff right away.
The iOS Human Interface Guidelines has this rather humorous example of why splash screens and startup experiences should be avoided. Get people to the good stuff right away.
The iOS Human Interface Guidelines has this rather humorous example of why splash screens and startup experiences should be avoided. Get people to the good stuff right away.

The iOS Human Interface Guidelines has this rather humorous example of why splash screens and startup experiences should be avoided. Get people to the good stuff right away.

It’s not without it’s bugs and quirks, but it’s clear why Sketch 3 is getting such rave reviews from interface designers. It took only a few minutes to put together this basic list, using symbols so that any change in style is automatically inherited by all of the list items. And it can easily output graphics at multiple resolutions and even the CSS styles needed to reproduce it purely in code. Awesome.
It’s not without it’s bugs and quirks, but it’s clear why Sketch 3 is getting such rave reviews from interface designers. It took only a few minutes to put together this basic list, using symbols so that any change in style is automatically inherited by all of the list items. And it can easily output graphics at multiple resolutions and even the CSS styles needed to reproduce it purely in code. Awesome.

It’s not without it’s bugs and quirks, but it’s clear why Sketch 3 is getting such rave reviews from interface designers. It took only a few minutes to put together this basic list, using symbols so that any change in style is automatically inherited by all of the list items. And it can easily output graphics at multiple resolutions and even the CSS styles needed to reproduce it purely in code. Awesome.