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Feb
19
revised A free font replacement for Bliss
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Feb
19
accepted Why won't “Multiexporter” export any artboards? (“Will export 0 of X artboards”)
Feb
19
comment What is the best practice for laying out and exporting custom icons from AI?
+1 multiexporter is great. One thing to be aware of with MultiExporter is that you MUST give your artboards names, else it won't export them. More info. The plus side is, when you do give them names, these are used in the exported images' filenames, which is very handy.
Feb
19
comment Tools for creating and exporting a LOT of icons?
If you're using Illustrator, I strongly recommend the MultiExporter script, more info at What is the best practice for laying out and exporting custom icons from AI? If you're not, I'd recommend using Illustrator with the MultiExporter script...
Feb
19
comment Does this Chinese font fit in with our brand?
Can you include a screenshot of the design as-is? Otherwise the question won't make sense if/when your design changes.
Feb
18
revised How to trim by hand using crop marks?
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Feb
17
revised Why do some logos look.. old? How does design age?
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Feb
17
revised Why do some logos look.. old? How does design age?
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Feb
17
comment How do I handle an increasing lack of faith in my design abilities?
Here's a link to the original version of that graph (by Marc Dalessio)
Feb
17
revised Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
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Feb
17
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
16
revised Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
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Feb
16
revised Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
added 165 characters in body
Feb
16
revised Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
added 165 characters in body
Feb
16
answered Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
Feb
16
comment Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
Duplicates! Duplicates everywhere! :-) Thanks DA01, slab is good, risks confusion with slab-serif, I like the idea of coining "slab justified"... also found this related typophile article typophile.com/node/65513 and hell, there's even a jQuery plugin freqdec.github.io/slabText
Feb
16
comment Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
I have heard people call it "justified", and then people have got confused because they think they mean regular-justified when actually they mean this.
Feb
16
revised Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
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Feb
16
asked Correct term for stacked / super-justified / variable height text
Feb
16
comment Is it safe to use an image when I'm unable to identify its source?
@MuhammedRefaat Whoever owns it knows who owns it. Many copyright owners' legal departments trawl through results like this, sending invoices and legal threats to everyone using their image without a license. It's easy money since legally, they're 100% in the right, and you're not in a position to argue if they quote a very high price. (of course, many don't bother - it's up to you if it's worth the risk)