I’ve mentioned, and my co-workers have mentioned, that we used a plist file to specify numbers, colors, fonts, and so on for Vesper. We did it this way because I wanted my designers to have authority and control.
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Courtney served as a mobile interface designer at Savvy Apps until November 2014.