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bio website HelloChameleon.com
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Is a UX designer (and all that foggy stuff).
Lives at the intersection of logic and creativity. Crafts interactions. Sketches before he makes. Explores constantly. Likes tech. Likes outside more.


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awarded  website-design
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revised How to begin with UI design
Update
Jan
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
12
revised Running ink effect in illustrator
embedded the image ... while it still exists.
Dec
30
comment What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
Answer edited and improved (I think).
Dec
30
revised What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
Clarification
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?