Comments for commadot.com http://commadot.com by Glen Lipka Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:15:47 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8-RC2-40880 Comment on Figma or XD (again) by Robb Beal http://commadot.com/figma-or-xd-again/#comment-12425 Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:15:47 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7118#comment-12425 Figma based on the principle that it’s best to be a customer of companies that are similar-sized. Figma needs you as much as you need them. Adobe, not so much.

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Comment on WTF per Minute by Clean Code Session 1: Bad Code & Motivation – Sandroid Blog http://commadot.com/wtf-per-minute/#comment-12415 Tue, 17 Oct 2017 20:21:05 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=1190#comment-12415 […] The measurement of code quality – WTFs/Minute. Photo credit: http://www.commadot.com/wtf-per-minute […]

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Comment on Moving on from Engagio & MarTech by Kristen Wendel http://commadot.com/moving-on-from-engagio-martech/#comment-12323 Mon, 09 Oct 2017 22:52:16 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7082#comment-12323 Best of luck, Glen. I love Marketo, I love Engagio and I am sure I will love your next product!

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Comment on Moving on from Engagio & MarTech by Elliott Lowe http://commadot.com/moving-on-from-engagio-martech/#comment-12299 Sat, 07 Oct 2017 00:04:53 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7082#comment-12299 Best wishes Glen! You are a product creativery genius and I look forward to your next ‘baby”.

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Comment on Moving on from Engagio & MarTech by Alexandre Pelletier http://commadot.com/moving-on-from-engagio-martech/#comment-12289 Fri, 06 Oct 2017 05:40:10 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7082#comment-12289 That’s a big news Glen! It has always been a pleasure to follow your work over all these years. I wish you luck and happiness in your next project. Looking forward to see your new success!

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Comment on I miss Skeuomorphism by Glen Lipka http://commadot.com/i-miss-skeuomorphism/#comment-12286 Thu, 05 Oct 2017 20:30:05 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7059#comment-12286 Part of it comes from the technology. With css3 you CAN ripple, which means it will be a fad for a little while. Designers always want to utilize the newest technology.

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Comment on Moving on from Engagio & MarTech by pennyjanepeters http://commadot.com/moving-on-from-engagio-martech/#comment-12285 Thu, 05 Oct 2017 20:19:25 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7082#comment-12285 Good luck in this new venture.

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Comment on New iPad OS – Worse by Wilder http://commadot.com/new-ipad-os-worse/#comment-12276 Wed, 04 Oct 2017 17:48:59 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7090#comment-12276 Amen

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Comment on The End of Trust by Jessica Falarski Cross http://commadot.com/the-end-of-trust/#comment-12140 Thu, 14 Sep 2017 01:25:07 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7012#comment-12140 This episode scared the beejeebus out of me.

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Comment on I miss Skeuomorphism by bennadel http://commadot.com/i-miss-skeuomorphism/#comment-12115 Mon, 11 Sep 2017 17:06:27 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=7059#comment-12115 I’m on the fence about the whole flat design movement. I like simplicity; but, I just don’t understand some of the choices. The one that comes to mind is the “ripple effect” when you click a button. Why would a button ripple when you touched it? This is like a misaligned skeuomorphism. I don’t need a ripple feedback to know that the _thing I just touched_ was touched. Have it move a tiny bit (as if depressed). Sure. Change color a bit when activated. Sure. But nothing about the ripple effect makes sense to me.

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