Shazz Rahman

Montreal Canada born and raised Vanier College is where i spent most of my days.

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Food Life

Ive always had a thing for food and going on a hunt to discover new food or new restaurants is where all my paycheck have ended but it was all worth it.

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Graphic Design

I love working with computers and this program is really interesting because of the diversity it offers

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About Me

I am 20 years old and i'm born in montreal but im originated from Bangladesh.I am currently studying in graphic design in hope of one day becoming a profesional designer.

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Nick Babich article

I find that what he had to say about animation was true. From making the website interesting and different it would also make it fun and pleasant. The use of animation on loading screen I saw that a lot in games and it does make a little bit of difference on how you perceive time it keeps you distracted just enough so it doesn't feel too long and i always loved it when it was there rather than it wasn’t.The touch of animation into the website is a good type of way to get users to engage and stay on the site to see fast progress in their demands when they click.

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Mobile Navigation

In nick Babich`s article about mobile navigation.I find it really neat to have a hamburger menu because of how much screen space it saved and how it can be found fairly easily and the animation is pleasing and somehow amusing. It is true that in some case it becomes really hard to navigate because it doesn’t always keep its simplicity when the website is heavy loaded with content but I would use it for my use for now.

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Pull to Refresh

This article by Zumbrunnen shows how it is more clean to use a pull to refresh animation instead of the traditional click the arrow to refresh and I agree with Charmaine on how clean and elegant the pull to refresh method on some website and its way less clustered having to go to an arrow that bends to refresh the page has been seen too often.