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Nov
20
comment When should I use SVG or SVGZ for my web graphics?
It looks like it might be partly a web server configuration issue setting .svgz to be served up using the right MIME type, see stackoverflow.com/questions/16725380/svgz-doesnt-display . Personally I always use Raphael.js for SVG/vector graphics on the web because I need IE8 support
Nov
19
revised What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
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Nov
19
revised What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
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Nov
19
answered What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
Nov
18
answered What is the recommended method of creating these icons?
Nov
15
comment How can I make a flat design look that bit better!
See also Styling clean flat-design buttons so they show affordance, and look 'well designed' Not exactly the same question but you might find it useful.
Nov
15
comment How can I make a flat design look that bit better!
Can you add an image illustrating what you describe?
Nov
14
comment Haltone pattern within InDesign
If you have access to Illustrator, you could try something a bit like this which converts pixels to vector objects then resizes them by luminance (and, like halftone, is handy when you've got to make something look good under difficult print conditions)
Nov
14
revised Opening PDF in Illustrator breaks up text objects
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Nov
14
comment What are the design guidelines for an app that's going to be submitted to the Amazon Kindle App Store?
Presumably you've already looked to see if Amazon publish guidelines of their own? Other people have more app design experience than me, but it surprises me that you're designing for specific device sizes, given the variety of sizes of Android devices. I believe it's more common to create flexible designs with breakpoints, like how people do for responsive web and desktop apps. Even if the Amazon app store is tied to a restricted set of devices, it wouldn't be fun to need to produce a whole new layout each time a new device is released.
Nov
13
comment Is there an autosave feature in Adobe Illustrator?
@kontur Hopefully someone at adobe can read...
Nov
12
revised What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
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Nov
12
comment What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
I'm not sure why this question got downvoted three times... seems like a good question to me. They've outlined a design problem clearly, and they've explained what they're trying to achieve and why what they've tried doesn't cut it.
Nov
12
comment What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
@Bakabaka The website-design tag suggests it's for a website, which could be used on either desktop or mobile. Not sure why it's that important a distinction - a good site should be usable and intuitive on desktop and mobile even if it has separate 'mobile' and 'desktop' views - especially with there being a growing number of 'in between' devices.
Nov
12
revised What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
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Nov
12
answered What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
Nov
12
comment How come my link is overlooked?
The simple answer is: people see and recognise a form to fill in, work through the form from top to bottom focusing on the form, and never look anywhere else on the page because forms normally go from top to bottom.
Nov
12
revised This fabric-like twist effect can be done only in illustrator?
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Nov
12
answered This fabric-like twist effect can be done only in illustrator?
Nov
12
revised This fabric-like twist effect can be done only in illustrator?
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