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bio website HelloChameleon.com
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Branding and UX designer. Obsessive typophile. Color theory junkie. I spend my days mediating the treaty between logic and creativity.


Dec
12
revised Tips and resources for beginning designers
Expanded an old answer. Down votes can help sometimes ;)
Dec
8
comment What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
Huh? The point was to find a good set of fonts available on most computers. I hit to the two most widely available and offered a bonus workflow tip. I should get extra credit!
Dec
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
reviewed Leave Open Pixel grid and Grid don't align in Photoshop CC (PS CS6 provided as a reference)
Sep
11
answered In what design style do these graphic ornaments and border decorations fit?
Sep
4
answered Gold, Silver, Bronze color swatches
Sep
3
awarded  adobe-photoshop
Aug
21
answered How to distress a font in Illustrator?
Aug
21
comment pathfinder problem
You can always outline the strokes so everything is a filled shape.
Aug
21
comment Critique: How can I improve this realistic icon?
That is terrifying.
Aug
19
comment What are the basic rules of “flat design”?
Take a look at these other questions: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/20121/… & graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/17350/… & graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/27029/…
Aug
19
comment What are the basic rules of “flat design”?
We've seen related questions before (see my following comment). The problem is that you're question is just "how do I design without lots of superfluous effects?". That's more like a design course than an SE question.
Aug
19
reviewed Reviewed How do I change a single layer to grayscale in Photoshop CS4?
Aug
19
reviewed Close What are the basic rules of “flat design”?
Aug
6
answered Why is pure blue darker than pure green?
Aug
6
comment How to create a 3D effect in Inkscape as required by the Android Design Guidelines?
It would be best if you posted your tutorial here (at least an abridged version).
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
2
awarded  Announcer
Apr
29
comment Is it acceptable to use different but similar typefaces for print content and web content?
Cufon is dead. Use well-designed web fonts and you'll be surprised at the level of consistency. Try a good commercial outfit like Typekit if you're nervous.