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Hi! My name is Daniel Hug.

  • I am a Christian (Loving follower of Jesus).
  • I am a front-end developer, and an aspiring web/UI/UX designer.

Check out my site at hugwebdesign.com


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comment What font is this? Trying to find a similar, free Western Style Slab Serif font
Very helpful! Thank you!
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comment What font is this? Trying to find a similar, free Western Style Slab Serif font
Thanks for the suggestions, however I'm thinking that's comming on a bit strong. Especially the last one. ;)
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comment Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator for web design
@Jack I don't slice PSD's but rather I use the features provided in HTML and CSS to create webpages that match the PSDs I am given. Slicing PSDs for a website basically involves just cutting an image up into sections sad face, and aligning them (usually with tables double sad face) for the webpage. The "similar" question you mentioned involves the making and slicing of a webpage using Dreamweaver (not my kind of dream). As I just told you I design and code webpages not design and slice webpages.