Paula Borowska

Paula Borowska

Joined over 10 years ago via an invitation from Florian P.

  • 17 stories
  • Posted to Ask DN: Black Friday 2017, any deals for designers?, Nov 20, 2017

    IconJar - 30% off at checkout (Announcing Thursday Nov 23)

    Namecheap - 70% discount all sorts of deals on domains, hosting, SSL, and emails.

    Envato - Announcement to be made on their forum

    FlyWheel - 3 months free with code: flyday17

    Design + Code - Pre-order for $50 right now with discounts for Sketch and Angle and 6 months free of InVision.

    O'Reilly 10 day free trial

    Udemy Massive sales on all their courses some as low as $10

    Creative Market General sales on specific products as of right now no site wide deal.


    21 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Are you using Gmail for Work?, Apr 08, 2015

    I say do it - it's easier to schedule thing with Google Docs, especially with people outside the company. Plus, Gmail is an easy email client to begin with. I think it makes sense especially bc Google integrates with many other useful apps making collaboration and productivity more seamless as well.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What do you care about most when considering a job offer?, Jan 21, 2015

    Oh that's easy, for me the most important thing is whether or not I can relate and care about their product. If yes than everything else comes in like team dynamic, remote work etc. I don't have to be best friends with the people I work with - they just have to be polite and stand-up 'guys'. As long as I care about what the company is doing everything else will fall into place. I see myself sleeping in interest and worth ethic if I don't.

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  • Posted to 3 Great Tips on Mobile Design from the Mobile Design Book, in reply to Diego Lafuente , Jul 22, 2014

    I didn't think I'd need see Lyft's number as I find their interface very straightforward. I never said these were hard facts just what I noticed after researching many apps myself.

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  • Posted to Do I need to buy an iOS device to design iOS apps? , Jul 12, 2014

    No. Don't buy an iPad if you are working with iPhone simply because it's a different experience. Although they have similar features, gestures etc you use an iPhone differently than an iPad. You would use an iPhone just about anywhere. Say you are waiting at a bus stop. You'd use the iPhone to play games, text and what not. While an iPad you wouldn't be able to use in a crowded bus while standing. Those those the biggest distinctions between the two. It matters how and where people use the two devices.

    3 points
  • Posted to Calling for Great UX Portfolios, Jun 26, 2014 I hope this is what you're looking for :)

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  • Posted to ASK DN: Freelancer? Seeking Freelancer?, Jun 25, 2014

    Seeking work

    User experience and interface designer in Italy

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  • Posted to "Ask DN:" App design showcase, Jun 25, 2014

    If you're looking to actually learn a bit about app design there's a book about app design coming out in August :)

    1 point
  • Posted to User Sign-ups, Jun 25, 2014

    I believe you can opt out from the double opt-in in MailChimp. I'm pretty sure I don't use it on my mailing lists specifically because it's just terrible.

    1 point
  • Posted to Ask DN: What are you looking at in a design job?, Jun 09, 2014

    I was trying to hire a replacement for my position at my previous company and it proved to be difficult. We basically 'ab tested' the job posting tweaking them slightly too see if it was the job roles that turned off the applicants - we had 4 different posts, one for a ui designer, ux designer, ixd, etc witch slightly different requirement and description. I than focused on the actual posting, making sure it was very descriptive and informative about the company and the position. I hope this helps as I don't exactly know what problem you are facing exactly - there could be a few.

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