I’ve been a designer for over ten years. I recently started working a lot with Webflow to take my work from pixels to code. With that, I shifted my focus on pretty much only taking on visual development work for my clients.
With this visual developer journey and being now on both sides of the process, I’ve learned so many things about the design handover that we Designers can improve! Not only how to become more favourable by your devs or webflow friends. But also, give them less space to guess and avoid them designing some of the missing pieces.
Webflow is getting massively popular. It’s taking over the design/dev industry and is leading the no-code tools market and changing the lives of a lot of designers and developers out there. But the thing which is still a bit different and harder about Webflow is the fact that you need to at least know a little bit of how websites work to get into it. (Damn you, learning curve!) In this article, I’m going to share with you all of the important bits and pieces of Webflow that I learned and incorporated into my daily work.
But don’t worry, this…
About a month ago I was invited to the first Dribbble meetup in Bratislava, Slovakia. Along with two fellow designers we spoke about leveraging social platforms in a way that we can benefit from them the most. From sharing our work, building a community, to getting new clients and much more. In my talk I shared my point of view on the topic of Life behind 15K on Dribbble & Instagram.
All Slides on Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/JanLosert/the-key-to-gaining-15k-followers-on-dribbble-instagram
What I have learned during my 4-year journey of a Product Designer & Dashboard Designer
For the last four years I have continued to design dashboards and applications and I have learnt how to deal with different departments, and utilise their knowledge in order to make product designs both better and more efficient.
Today, I’m going to share all the steps I have learned and incorporated into my daily routine. These steps I believe have helped to make me a much better designer, and I want to share them with you.
We have a brand new device which will need our design care very soon – Apple Watch. I decided to take a break from work and try something totally new, which lead me to this project to visualise how our favourite apps could look like on Apple Watch and give every pixel free for download. Apart from the promotion for my design skills, I’ve learned a lot about delivering a new experience. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
It’s also good to say that nothing about Apple Watch is confirmed. Not even the display resolution.
This device is REALLY…
My name is Jan Losert. I’m a 22 year old guy and I’m a designer originally from the heart of Europe — the Czech Republic. I want to share with you a story about what it feels like to be different from your friends and share with you how I began working on the things that I love. This is a story about making dreams comes true. A story about how I found myself and how I have given it my all.
If this article inspires at least one person to make a life changing decision, then this post will…
I’ve review my current design process in October 2016 and decided to write new piece about my design thinking. I shared it on Medium as well, just follow this link to read about the new process and design tips — https://medium.com/sketch-app-sources/26-steps-of-product-dashboard-design-c97af84c4146
After my dribbble post with picture of a Diagram with very positive feedback and lot of questions, I was motivated to create this article about my process and what I’ve learned after 2 years of this journey.
It’s a bit hard to say that I’m always using this same process, but you can read it similar to an ideal…