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Mister Slyther

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  1. Adobe XD, Sketch, Figma
  2. Jesus very old thread lol - i got an email about posts
  3. Hi, the past few months I've received requests to record another quick speedart/code. I created whatever came into mind, this is roughly the process I go through with all my work. This is without the design iteration and the research since this is a glimpse. Website: https://www.aashhab.design/
  4. Been playing with Blender and abstract art. Use cases: UI Design, backgrounds, magazine covers, etc.. Website: https://www.aashhab.design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameer-ashhab-a2a15a158/ Currently interning in a design agency for a few weeks, so I thought I'd boost my 3D skills to potentially use in a project.
  5. Yep UI Design & Front-end Development, and thanks. I code my work to HTML/CSS/SCSS/and JS for animations.
  6. Been a while since I posted, and a lot has happened in my life as a Designer and a Developer, for those who remember me: Website: https://www.aashhab.design/ Connect with me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameer-ashhab-a2a15a158/
  7. More experiments and explorations. Done with aftereffects and photoshop. I had this idea in mind for a while. See it live, quick prototype coded: http://aashhab.design/cyberpunk/
  8. Website has been updated with a new dark look!
  9. An artist named Gal Shir inspired me to invest in an iPad Pro (12.9 Inch) and an Apple Pencil. Quite expensive gear. I began practicing illustration and I love the style he has, so I want to master it and practice it. Again this piece is nothing official, it's all just practice. I think I'm making good progress with illustrating so far. App used: Procreate Tablet: iPad Pro Pen: Apple Pencil Becoming a good illustrator means I can make my own icons, artwork for websites & apps, etc.. and I really want to get the hang of it. In all honesty, I don't like to use Shutterstock or use any custom artwork made by others, unlike other designers. Only icons because those are useful resources. But as a UI Designer, there is no excuse and so I will invest in myself to become better, and better. 2nd Piece: Live desktop version prototype: http://ameeralashhab.nuacomputerscience.co.uk/ill/ More Practice:
  10. More updates have been done to the hidden navigation and the content inside it. Make sure to do a hard refresh to see these changes. The blue is now a darker blue for UX purposes.
  11. Thank you, looking to add more micro animations to the site to make it even more interactive and nice to use.
  12. So I built a new website, designed and coded myself. Check it out: https://www.aashhab.design It's fully responsive and there should be no issues, if you do notice any, do let me know! Squarespace was costing me about $19 a month, now I only have to pay $6 a month for hosting. That's a big difference. Each project you see, will have it's own details soon. Right now I'm just using lightbox to increase the size of images on click until then.
  13. Thanks, and it's a graphic that I made with Sketch. I'm aiming to make more futuristic concepts to contribute to the design world of the future.