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Jan
23
comment How to find a professional designer
As it stands I'm voting to close because I don't believe this is the correct website for this question. Instead you could edit the question to ask "What should I look for when hiring someone to design my logo?" And if that hasn't been answered would be a better question. Recommending businesses for you to hire is outside our scope though.
Jan
23
comment What do designers use today, Mac, PC or Other and why
possible duplicate of Are Macs preferable to PCs for handling graphics software?
Jan
22
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Jan
22
comment Is a poorly designed website better than no website for a commercial enterprise?
think you're missing my point. You only mention "client/user trust" in what you call dynamic websites as though its not relevant for static websites.
Jan
22
answered Is a poorly designed website better than no website for a commercial enterprise?
Jan
22
comment Is a poorly designed website better than no website for a commercial enterprise?
I have to disagree with you on the extent you put "User Trust" into only the second category. Branding creates trust. It's as important, sometimes more even, in your first category of "static websites" (which I'd usually refer to as a brochure site or informational site).
Jan
21
comment Do's and Don'ts of backgrounds (Print Design)
Are you referring to print advertisements or some other printed content?
Jan
21
comment Aesthetic rules for sizing items in grid cells
Interesting question, sorry it went unnoticed until now. First I've seen it and appears first others have seen it too.
Jan
21
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Jan
21
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Jan
19
answered Circular Bend Shape
Jan
19
comment What is the equivalent to Corel's “Collect for Output” in Illustrator?
@ShaikEmraan I already edited your question to something people might be willing to help you with. I'd suggest leaving it how it is.
Jan
19
revised What is the equivalent to Corel's “Collect for Output” in Illustrator?
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Jan
19
revised What is the equivalent to Corel's “Collect for Output” in Illustrator?
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Jan
17
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
16
answered What is this design pattern called? “Continuation wave.”
Jan
16
comment What is this design pattern called? “Continuation wave.”
@DA01 couldn't remember if I learned it in College or HS but that makes sense. My degree is in architecture haha
Jan
16
comment What is this design pattern called? “Continuation wave.”
I'm pretty sure I was taught in school it was a straight line then angle down then angle up past the horizontal then angle down to horizontal then continues. I don't know the name either though. I imagine it comes from torn paper.
Jan
14
comment Use of Pen Tool
Here's my favorite tutorial: theagsc.com/community/tutorials/…