JanPersiel.com
JanPersiel.com

My blog. You are welcome to read my views about design, user experience, lettering, font design and typography.

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JanPersiel.com

My blog. You are welcome to read my views about design, user experience, lettering, font design and typography.


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Why designers and frond-end developers should talk more often

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Learnings from 3 years of working on major shop relaunches Try walking in my shoes Imagine you are a designer Here is a typical situation designers come across: They have carefully designed and crafted layouts, polished buttons, took care of shadows and many o…

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Do I have to have my steak and blog "Medium"?

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It feels like ages ago that I discovered Medium and thought to myself that this is different. I was not quite sure whether this platform would succeed but until then I would read the good stuff I could discover there. As I have just started blogging again, I a…

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Death by sketch knife

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This post is a post I hate to write: When you decide to use something instead of something you have used previously, and you think that the decision you made is reasonable because it saves time, makes your work better, simply put helps you to get your stuff do…

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Open the floodgates: Protonet's comments

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In my recent post on my new data vault, the Protonet Maya, I offered you an insight into my shifting data storage from dropbox to my Protonet server. The server's operating system Soul OS offers a great web interface to get things done. But it comes with a fla…

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RWD-Pad: The fastest way to sketch web and app interfaces

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As a designer and a content developer or concept developer you can choose between a multitude of tools these days to get your ideas visualised, from Balsamiq to Omnigraffle, from Sketch to plain paper and pen. I felt that something was missing in the range of…