365 reputation
314
bio website webdesignporto.com
location Porto, Portugal
age 24
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Sep 21 at 3:49

01.09.2011: Progress & Changes in the core of the Totty's framework. Researching design patterns and alternatives to classical ( and prototypical ) inheritance for flexible edits in too-late stages of development. Learned advanced and performance techniques in javascript.

01.03.2011: The first javascript framework (Totty) that you only need to know Javascript

Sugar: http://www.slideshare.net/tottys/web-application-with-just-javasc

01.02.2011: Researching new design patterns for rich internet applications (or just web applications);

Currently building a javascript framework designed for building RIAs with a look at: performance, MVC structure, modularized, classical inheritance + mixins, ease to use.

RIA with Flex4 example

Older: Used Flex3 & 4; UI Design; UX;


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
12
awarded  Notable Question
May
16
awarded  Critic
Dec
11
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
15
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
comment Indesign auto column width size for table based on the data containing?
Now I can't, but imagine you throw a lot of data in excel and then select the columns and then double click on them. It will resize the columns to fit the data.
Jul
23
comment How to pan with the hand tool in Photoshop CS6 when the view is “Fit on screen”?
I didn't specified :/ but I will wait for someone to find out something else. But thanks for your full screen tip (:
Jul
23
comment How to pan with the hand tool in Photoshop CS6 when the view is “Fit on screen”?
Well, but the plugin is not available for windows... :/
Jul
23
comment How to pan with the hand tool in Photoshop CS6 when the view is “Fit on screen”?
I don't like to use full screen but I prefer the plugin you suggested, thanks!
Jul
23
asked How to pan with the hand tool in Photoshop CS6 when the view is “Fit on screen”?
Jul
18
comment How do people measure the quality of offset printing?
So the most important fact is the color? I've seen in a previous work that on large black fills there were some white random spots, that were not expected. This for me is a lower quality service. Also if the density of the dots (dpi) is too low then the images/lines/text will not be as sharp as it would with a higher one. I'm I wrong with this? I don't understand why you don't focus on those aspects too...
Jul
18
comment How do people measure the quality of offset printing?
But how do I put this on a website for example? If I just tell them is very accurate is not as strong as for example saying that the average has 300 dots per square inch and mine is 450 dpsq. Also about the colors is better to say the things in numbers as it has more impact. Something could be like we use 100 mg per square inch rather than 50 mg of the average. Attention, I'm making up those features and numbers, I don't know any way to measure the printing quality in an objective way.
Jul
17
comment How do people measure the quality of offset printing?
end: tell the customer my product has more quality complementing it with the real demonstration; I expect to find less intensity and less color on lower quality. In some cases I need it on words, such as in a website, how do you tell that your prints are better than average. In this way I could tell that the average is X points and mine is Y, therefore Y > X.
Jul
17
asked How do people measure the quality of offset printing?
Jun
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
comment How to lock the position and size of a text-frame in InDesign CS6?
Are you sure that after that I can edit it's contents?