stephen f

stephen f

web Developer / Designer Joined almost 7 years ago

  • 2 stories
  • Posted to Studio website is live, would love to hear your thoughts!, Jan 27, 2020

    I only had a quick look around as I'm about to finish for the day.

    The work you're putting out looks really interesting and the whole website at quick scan level looks really nice/professional.

    However, if you want negatives (well areas to improve): Id say the initial page is a little underwhelming and doesn't really sell how good your work actually is. and the "marketing strategy" whiteboard with pen, even if it's not, looks very generic and stock photo.

    ... i'll probably come back and edit this once i've had a better look, but as nobody has commented, thought i'd get the ball rolling.

    4 points
  • Posted to Isometric City Builder, Jan 14, 2020

    This is really cool, more post like this please

    1 point
  • Posted to Dribbble invitations, in reply to Rémi FAYOLLE , Aug 23, 2019


    0 points
  • Posted to Dribbble invitations, Aug 22, 2019

    Would be awesome to have one, if anybody has a spare

    be much appreciated

    0 points
  • Posted to CREEPY WEBGL ENVIRONMENT/EXPERIMENT , in reply to UI UNICORN , Jul 25, 2019

    "We are working on new pages as we speak instead of the current rushed pages" why not wait to post then?

    Anyway, it's cool, I like it even if it has a fair few issues.

    I found the interaction between the red dotted links (on the chest/candles etc) a little odd, like my cursor was pushing them away and I was chasing them rather than being pulled in to click the content.

    1 point
  • Posted to Butchery - Free Script Font, in reply to Aaron Wears Many Hats , Jul 15, 2019


    2 points
  • Posted to Should designers think like engineers?, in reply to Mike Abbot , Jul 09, 2019

    "No! Never." - come on, really!

    Context is key, if the project is to deliver a user-friendly simple shop for example. You're telling me it's not sometimes best to think a little inside the box (both UX and functionality wise) so it's easier to develop, so delivered on time, be on budget and be something a customer can jump straight into.

    "because that pushes developers to find new solutions to the problems" I'm sorry but this makes you sound kinda arrogant, they're your problems that your making for a dev, you also need to think of the solutions. Limitations are just that, limitation on what can actually be produced. A challenge for dev's is fun but if you keep needlessly pushing, they're gonna end up hating doing your work.

    0 points
  • Posted to Netflix engineer concept for redesigning the receipt , in reply to Andrew Askins , May 14, 2019

    I quiet like the idea of the bar under each item, nice visual for what's costing the most and by how much. But it adds way too much height to the over all receipt. Shame the printer can't do horizontal lines as just a 1pt line instead would do the same job


    2 points
  • Posted to Accenture sued over website redesign so bad it Hertz, Apr 25, 2019

    Jesus, what an expensive mess!!

    Out of curiosity, who did they hire after? or are they still operating on there old website?

    1 point
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