Welcome.

My name is Angel. I'm a product designer. I transform ideas into great user experiences.

You can read more about me here or view recent projects on Dribbble. I can also be found on Twitter chatting about design, tech, programming and other neat stuff.

Selected work (in progress, coming soon!)

Recent posts

Greeting card from #Peru

Greeting card from #Peru

New Photoshop Plugin to make redlining a breeze

photoshopsecrets:

If you’re a graphic / UI designer and ever you had to provide developers with redlines, you know how tedious of a task it is. Now Specctr finally released a version of their awesome plugin for Photoshop and you won’t believe how easy it is to add relines!

Renamy

photoshopsecrets:

AWESOME Multiple layers renaming Photoshop plugin

The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.
Sylvia Plath

52 Weeks of UX: What Does it Mean to be Simple?

52weeksofux:

All designers say simplicity is important, but what does it really mean to make something simple? Most of the time we think it means less, that by removing stuff we achieve simplicity. We think by keeping content above the fold we’re helping people focus, or by using bullets instead of…

Flipcase

(Source: uxjuice)

Why Dribbble Isn’t That Horibbble

(Source: blablasah)

The user can interact with the animation. Also, the sound responds to the flow. Made with openframeworks. 

The app is now available on the app store and you can find it here. You can find a video of a demo of the iOS app here

Overall, a pretty nice project :)

A Typographic Refactoring

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On Giant Robots, we’ve switched from using Skolar and Proxima Nova via Typekit for our body and header typefaces, to Chronicle Text and Sentinel via the typography.com cloud. We’ve adjusted line-height, weights, vertical rhythm, and the CSS we use to render the type. Typographers sweat every curve and corner when designing a typeface, and as designers we need to take equal care in selecting them. This article explains the intent and technical reasoning behind each adjustment, beginning with the choice of the new typefaces.

Great Article. Highly recommend reading. You can find the article here