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Feb
10
comment First client's partner demands free website redesign, wants deposit returned - moral dilemma
Great first question, and it's not a "long read", it's exactly the right amount of info!
Feb
10
revised First client's partner demands free website redesign, wants deposit returned - moral dilemma
Made title descriptive of question
Feb
9
awarded  Fanatic
Feb
8
revised FizzBuzz for graphic designers?
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Feb
8
revised FizzBuzz for graphic designers?
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Feb
8
revised FizzBuzz for graphic designers?
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Jan
28
comment Is Balsamiq good enough to produce a mockup/exmaple of a site to present to a future client?
@canon819 you know what balsamiq mockups look like, right? Unless your client has experience with UX design wireframes and you tell them to expect a wireframe, they'll completely freak out if they're expecting a "final mockup design" and you show them that.
Jan
21
revised GREP rule to catch all types of web link / URL
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Jan
21
revised GREP rule to catch all types of web link / URL
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Jan
21
asked GREP rule to catch all types of web link / URL
Jan
21
answered GREP rule to catch all types of web link / URL
Jan
15
comment Curious New Yorker typography
This question is probably better suited for the language experts at english.stackexchange.com than us. I don't think it's been asked there before - while trying to see if it had, I learnt that these are called "diaeresis", there are a few questions about it over there already but nothing directly about how and why it's used by the New Yorker
Jan
14
comment I want a font like this but don't know how to search for one
Related (not a duplicate): How can I describe the font I am looking for or looking at?
Jan
12
accepted Is there any internationally-recognisable icon or symbol for police?
Jan
12
comment How can I know what fonts a website is using?
Nice move :-) one thought - how to tell which font in the font family stack is the one you're actually seeing on the screen? I usually do it by trial-and-error, deleting from the first font until it causes the appearance to change, but I'm sure there's a better way. In WhatFont is it the one in italics? (p.s. welcome back!)
Jan
12
awarded  adobe-illustrator
Jan
8
revised how do i draw dashed vertical lines on a path in illustrator?
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Jan
8
answered how do i draw dashed vertical lines on a path in illustrator?
Jan
8
comment how do i draw dashed vertical lines on a path in illustrator?
A better way to do the same thing is with the super-useful transform effect - I'll add an answer explaining it, just a minute...
Jan
8
comment What makes this POS design look dated?
Arrrrghh!! Extra's!!