Robin Raszka / Activity

  1. 9 Jan Robin Raszka Followed Innovatemap.
  2. 29 Dec Robin Raszka Commented on Wireframes are sexy by Julia Khusainova for Shyp

    @Julia Khusainova Yep, this is exactly why I as well don't share mockups during the development process but working prototypes. I think we're basically on the same page I just don't like Wireframes because they are static and I can get caught up with details (eg. spot inconsistencies and misalignments like you mentioned) while doing changes.

    I also don't think that such a thing as a "final product" exist. Product is never final. So I like the ability to make changes on the fly on the real deal. Engineers can also pick up the project later and continue much easier as there is basically no transition period of assets etc.

  3. 29 Dec Robin Raszka Commented on Wireframes are sexy by Julia Khusainova for Shyp

    Wireframes are waste of time. Period. Looking at the wireframe you posted here vs the final product I don't really understand the value of spending time to play around with visuals vs work on the real deal from day 1.

    This is my flow:

    I first write a spec outline in Paper using a bullet list. It's fast, easy to modify and I can compile it in my head.

    Mobile: Keynote (dirty but quick UI draft) > FramerJS > Xcode
    Web: Keynote (dirty but quick UI draft) > Atom

    Tweak and polish in Sketch after the foundation is set.

  4. 28 Dec Robin Raszka Followed Keir Ansell.
  5. 28 Dec Robin Raszka Added macOS UI Kit to the Goodies bucket.
  6. 28 Dec Robin Raszka Added Apple Devices to the Goodies bucket.
  7. 1 Dec Robin Raszka Commented on Beam for macOS by Robin Raszka

    1) Beam is only for small teams of 1-10 people (which is the majority)
    2) You see only online coworkers in the menu bar and if you don't have space, there is main menu available (same as eg. Wifi menu), so you need basically space just for 1 icon.
    3) No solution for quality audio/video if you have shitty connection but we try best, it's an ongoing cycle.

    You should give it a try and see/hear for yourself. The point is to not have to schedule a call, open a different app to make that call while you are focused in eg. Sketch.

    Also, there is no pickup. It's on autopilot.

  8. 1 Dec Robin Raszka Commented on Beam for macOS by Robin Raszka

    @Ragnar Vorel Well, I'm still figuring it out how to describe it as it's like nothing out there but this video might help.

  9. 1 Dec Robin Raszka Dribbbled Beam for macOS
  10. 30 Oct Robin Raszka Followed Ivan Bobrov.
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