Nicolás Joel Engler

Nicolás Joel Engler

Argentina Digital product manager that also happens to do a bunch of other stuff on the side. Jack of all trades. Joined almost 8 years ago

  • 4 stories
  • Posted to Portfolio Rogie King, Dec 04, 2016

    Loving this one! I like how it uses some popular elements and trends that are being really popular lately but it sill adds a fun twist to them.

    1 point
  • Posted to Ask DN: It's Saturday! What fun side projects are you working on?, Sep 04, 2016

    A bit late to the party, but I'm actually working on the coding styleguide for the agency I'm currently working in. In the past couple of months, nothing has given me more satisfaction than the idea of making this a reality, it's already in its early stages and I'm loving it!

    Here' s a sneak peek

    0 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Tired of WordPress so I built a simple Jekyll & Hugo CMS , Jul 02, 2016

    This is super impressive, and hopefully it'll provide a simpler way to use Jekyll and/or Hugo to less experienced editors

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  • Posted to Editing PSD without Photoshop, Jun 21, 2016

    Personally, I believe that this project is absolutely incredible. The fact that you're even considering Linux users just shows how invested you're in this. I wish you the best of luck with the whole development process of this tool.

    I'll give it a shot ASAP and will let you know how it goes. Keep up the amazing work, you rock!

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What books have you purchased/read recently?, May 21, 2016

    Lea Verou's CSS Secrets. It is a truly entertaining read, incredibly straight-forward and full of helpful tips.

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  • Posted to Unicorns don't exist. Generalists do., in reply to Kyle Goldberg , Apr 07, 2016

    Yes to this comment, just yes.

    1 point
  • Posted to Ask DN: Favorite bash_profile aliases?, in reply to Matt Sisto , Jan 24, 2016

    +1 for that last alias hahaha

    0 points
  • Posted to In defence of the hamburger menu, Jan 16, 2016

    Well, while I do find your POV interesting I have to disagree. The main issue with the hamburger menu is not the icon itself, but the fact that it hides some important elements that should be easily located by the user, and because of this more steps are required to perform an action (like going to a certain part of the site or app, for example). This is why tabbed navigation is getting more and more attention, you can have one-step access to a few elements or links, and also have a dedicated tab for all of those extra ones.

    1 point
  • Posted to Instacart's new branding, in reply to Suhaila B , Jan 15, 2016

    Yes, an insight on the whole rebranding process would make a nice read :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Google recommends inlining small CSS, Jan 12, 2016

    Yup, with this technique there's no FOUC for the first visible elements on the page.

    The only thing that worries me about this is maintainability, and the inability to use preprocessors like Sass, LESS, Stylus, etcetera.

    2 points
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