Juozas Deksnys

UX/UI Designer Joined about 4 years ago

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  • Posted to Need some feedback on my portfolio website, in reply to Ravi Java , Mar 12, 2020

    Use Webflow instead, I'm currently in the process of building my own portfolio site there and it's a thing of beauty. 4 breakpoints and full control over code how everything looks.

    Alternatively, if you don't want to switch to another platform, you can check if wix supports viewport width(vw) or percentage scaling for contents and blocks. You can google "vw css" to learn more about it.

    1 point
  • Posted to Need some feedback on my portfolio website, Mar 07, 2020

    Hi! Your website does not scale properly, it seems like you built it on relatively high resolution and some elements like top menu and that espresso machine video in the contacts page are breaking the layout. Try to increase your browser scaling to see how it looks on different resolutions.

    3 points
  • Posted to 3&7 Website, Feb 05, 2020

    It may or may not be applicable to this site/studio/project or whatever I may call it, but we as creators or users of the internet are at that point, where we have to choose very random brand names and then try to come up with some justifiable meaning for why our brand is called the way it's called. Like "Yo, here's my new 3and7.com site.", "Hey guys, how do you like my ssskd.com design portfolio?"

    Again, not necessarily applicable to this site, maybe there is deep and profound meaning for why you chose 3and7.com as a name for this, but I have been seeing and have myself faced an issue of choosing domain name recently. And choices are always driven by the fact that 80% of domain market is owned by resellers, who try to sell domains for 5000 dollars. I hope at some point in near future it will be made illegal by law to run domain business. It's similar to patent trolling companies who patent random ideas and then try to milk other companies for millions.

    1 point
  • Posted to Do you design with True Tone on Mac enabled? , Sep 13, 2019

    True Tone and Night Shift allows my eyes to work comfortably for longer.

    I work with True Tone and Nigh Shift enabled and it's fine as long as I have to work on projects where color scheme is predefined, and it often is, when working with UI projects.

    I may disable it for new projects when choosing colors becomes important. For the most part, I don't even consider colors visually, I just see them as HSB values.

    4 points
  • Posted to Office hours with the Head of Design at Palantir and more, in reply to Jake Lazaroff , Sep 11, 2019

    Please, leave you politically biased opinion offline, sir.

    1 point
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