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Jul
11
comment How to create a blueprint for a website on paper?
@DA01 AKA: lots of small whiteboards that you can move around freely like post-it notes.
Jul
11
revised How to create a blueprint for a website on paper?
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Jul
11
revised How to create a blueprint for a website on paper?
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Jul
11
answered How to create a blueprint for a website on paper?
Jul
11
comment Testing visual lay-out and concept of interfaces on users before really starting development?
If "working with the developers" at this stage isn't an option it's also possible to make a simple "do people see the right link" testable architecture in an interactive PDF in Indesign: just have elements link to literal pages in the PDF instead of web pages. There are also thousands of (mostly paid) wireframe prototyping tools.
Jul
9
revised What is the difference between a font and a typeface?
simplified
Jul
9
awarded  Synonymizer
Jul
8
comment Critique: Any advice on the design of my systems engineering résumé?
That sounds fine then - yes, an inconsistent gap would distract more as being strange
Jul
8
comment Critique: Any advice on the design of my systems engineering résumé?
The timelines confused me a little since there's only one item on each one. Joining them together might confuse/mislead since it would like like a timeline organised by time when actually it's organised by category. I'd drop it until there's multiple items on each timeline.
Jul
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
4
comment Make an index where “cat” also refers to “cats”
Interesting question, I know there are loads of scripts out there that try to address shortfalls in InDesign's indexing, but am not sure if any do synonyms. If your case is just simple plurals, you could maybe cheat and put find-change in a zero-width whitespace character (discretionary break, maybe?) between cat and s so to the machine it's cat s but to a reader it looks like cats - but you'd also need to make sure it was non-breaking (character style maybe?) so you don't end up with cat at the end of one line and s at the start of the next.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
comment Pattern Name Identification
do you mean the grey folded / creased / scrunched-up paper effect? or the pattern on the photo?
Jul
1
answered Resizing grouped objects without type deformation?
Jun
30
comment How do I use the unstyled icons in the Action Bar Icon Pack?
Yeah it just means they're neutral (plain black) so you can add whatever styling you want to fit the design of your app. You could do this in a design program or code (e.g. SVG attributes or CSS or something Android-specific).
Jun
30
comment How to make Illustrator not to lie about colors?
Just checking: the document colour mode is definitely RGB? Not CMYK?
Jun
29
comment Logo looks weird on mobile but not desktop
Which mobile browser is this?
Jun
27
comment What tools would Monks use when DESIGNING a large illuminated letter or pattern?
No problem, I imagine any other illumination of any other style would have the same issue! Just clarifying that it's the general approach to desiging illuminations not any one particular style or technique
Jun
27
comment What tools would Monks use when DESIGNING a large illuminated letter or pattern?
Great question, I've always wondered about things like this. That particular example has a lot of celtic patterns, is that intentional or incidental? Just that celtic patterns could be a whole question on its own.
Jun
27
awarded  Revival