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Adam Silver
Author of Form Design Patterns and interaction designer focused on inclusive design and design systems. Also like tennis, minimalism and FIRE.
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Adam Silver 12m
Thank you - I hope you enjoy it.
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Adam Silver 17h
Replying to @shaun_gomm
You need to put "modular design" somewhere :)
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Adam Silver Aug 17
Replying to @joelanman
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Adam Silver Aug 17
Replying to @savehansson
I don't recommend using a line to denote a field, even if it's next to the label. I also don't recommend aligning labels like that. They take longer to scan and don't work well with long/inconsistent label length.
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Adam Silver Aug 16
Replying to @Amy_Hupe @whatterz
I have also watched The Lion King recently 😂♥️
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Adam Silver Aug 16
Replying to @whatterz @Amy_Hupe
I second what Simon said. It really has been made possible by the solid foundations you've given us with the Design System.
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Adam Silver Aug 16
Nice one everyone. Looking forward to adding new patterns and components, working with the community and encouraging contribution. 🙌
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Simon Whatley Aug 16
We made a thing . It's the MoJ Design System and it builds upon the shoulders of giants, the Design System
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Adam Silver Aug 16
I've got a new article ready to go about a common UI pattern that I think is best avoided. And I've just written the introduction for a new article to do with forms. Total shocker I know.
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Emily Byford Aug 14
I'm late to the party with this, but I'm taking part in the challenge. I’ll help you write a blog post. I don't mind what you want to blog about, I'd love to help you develop and share your ideas. Let’s team up! 👋
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Adam Silver Aug 16
That was my second job title, I liked it but it never was adopted elsewhere in other companies.
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Adam Silver Aug 15
Replying to @NickColley
Are you thinking "UI developer"?
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Adam Silver Aug 15
Replying to @sgolubev @benbrignell
Not much space for it now :)
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Adam Silver Aug 15
Replying to @benbrignell
Yeh I might also pick up drums and guitar again and definitely the brush teeth thing. So glad we conversed on this 😂
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Adam Silver Aug 15
Replying to @benbrignell
More tennis, start pilates, and keep working in design but always choose it based on what it is and when it's available as opposed to. "I need money now" etc, and experiment making podcasts and courses. You?
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Amy Hupe Aug 14
Just had the most fascinating introduction with to kick off our pairing work. I just got totally schooled in data strategy and my head is absolutely buzzing with information. I cannot WAIT to read it. ♥️
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Adam Silver Aug 14
Replying to @simevidas
I can see where you're coming from but I wouldn't be so sure to apply it globally for all websites always. Disclaimer: I haven't thought about this lots. I've never paid much attention to lazy loading. Always feels like a sticking plaster for slow pages.
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Adam Silver Aug 14
Replying to @simevidas
Maybe. Or maybe there are legitimate use cases where the author of a website wants all images to load when the page loads and not have them be requested as they come into the viewport. Maybe the user selected "show all". Or maybe they are about to go offline.
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Adam Silver Aug 14
Replying to @simevidas
And there was a bit in there about performance.
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Adam Silver Aug 14
It would be great, Steve, if you could show a design thats follows this advice. To marry usability, accessibility and visual design together would be great, especially considering how many ppl follow your work.
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