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  • Posted to Let's talk about InVision... and alternatives., Sep 17, 2015

    Hi Chris,

    Henry from here.

    You should consider It's been built to be super lightweight compared to comparative offerings and focuses on nailing the live feedback aspect.

    Rich PDF support and crisp image clarity are built in by default. You and your clients will not be disappointed!

    Feel free to reach out to me on DN and I'd be more than happy to get you set up :)



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  • Posted to Introducing Marvel User Testing, Aug 18, 2015

    This is really exciting, thanks Murat!

    Great to see Marvel partnering with leading solutions and providing such a fantastic & flexible product! :D

    This will save lots of time in user testing & iteration! No more transcribing required. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a video is worth, well, you can do the math! :)

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  • Posted to Groove for Pebble, Aug 18, 2015

    Thanks for sharing Mathias :)

    I'm interested to know: given the form factor limitations of wearables such as the Pebble, how much extra, if any functionality, do you think you could add to this app?

    Obviously you were thinking of this when building the app, I'm just curious to see how far out you think you could push the functionality for such a device beyond reading tickets and marking them as read/solved :)

    I'm fascinated by the potential for wearables, but as you know, the form factor can presents limitations!

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  • Posted to The Infamous DDoS Attack - Infographic , Aug 14, 2015

    I really like this Jack. Thanks for sharing!

    My only comment: it may be worth 'Americanizing' words like Organisation etc for a more global audience. I'm from the UK, so the spelling doesn't look off to me, but to many Americans and those who recognise American English, these may appear as typos or ofputting :)

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  • Posted to Design guru Don Norman slams Apple’s ease-of-use ‘disservice’, Aug 13, 2015

    I disagree with Don's appraisal. Comparing Google's Android and Apple's iOS on the usability front in the same sentence is inaccurate IMO. Apple's operating system, interfaces and usability are all far superior to Google's offering.

    His point about Microsoft is interesting though and accurate: alot of their newer products are fantastic to use. Unfortunately for them though, it feels a bit 'too little too late' as most PC fanatics have long moved over to the Mac ecosystem (myself included). Consequently, their more recent, great creations don't get a look in vs. Apple!

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  • Posted to Site Design: Briefing, Aug 13, 2015

    This is great, thanks for sharing Michael :)

    I like how clean the design is and also the focus on the summarizing the top things from the news the previous day.

    In an age of noisy and spammy news sites, it's nice to have a calm summary of what's happening in the outside world :D

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  • Posted to Show DN: the fastest way to get design feedback, in reply to jj moi , Aug 12, 2015

    Hi JJ,

    We have something that picks up where Cloudapp left off: no upload limits & it's free. Commenting/feedback on the recipient side is seamless i.e. you don't need an account. Ping me if you want early access and I'll put you in touch with the right person here:

    henry (at)

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  • Posted to Site Design: How DNS Works, Aug 12, 2015

    Love this! It's like a marriage of a better-stylized Marvel comic and a 'How it works' creative :D...

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  • Posted to SHOW DN: My new personal site design;, in reply to austen m , Aug 12, 2015

    For sure! :) Enjoy and be sure to post back soon :D

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  • Posted to SHOW DN: My new personal site design;, in reply to austen m , Aug 12, 2015

    Of course it's up to you Austen :)

    I would explore the option without, and maybe have something else in its place, or nothing at all? Feel free to post some variations here for us to see! :)

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