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A relativ noob in web programming and web design. Quite proficient in Photoshop, enough to actually give advice. Can do very basic things in PHP and Cakephp, fairly decent web design skills. Knows terribly basic Javascript. Can follow directions for installing JQuery features. Understands the box model and is therefore salivating over the adoption of flexbox by all browsers. Hates IE. Loves sudoku.


Dec
11
comment How do you break out of current creative mind sets?
+1 for the hilarious and illuminating edit!
Jul
24
comment How to ensure scalability of logo design?
+1 for a solid explanation of just what vector graphics are.
Jun
25
comment Anticipating problems with a Google Webfont's rendering cross-platform
@user568458, Lato rendered jaggedy in FF I want to say AND it just looked DIFFERENT in IE. (it's been a while since I did the website...and since it was a political campaign it's no longer there).
Jun
19
comment Anticipating problems with a Google Webfont's rendering cross-platform
Wish I could +2 for both the great question AND the problem with Lato (been there!)
Jun
14
comment Select background against trees / hair
This is a FANTASTIC alternative to an HDR series for a architecture or real estate photo like this where you just need some blue sky AND the interior of the building.
Jun
5
comment What is the best resolution to work at for Android devices?
Super +1 for the link to adaptive images. I am going to use that one in my next project!
Jun
5
comment What's wrong with Droid fonts?
I must say that I used Droid Sans in a website last year and its rendering varied across browsers and devices from lovely to downright poopy. Perhaps, other than its intentional design for higher res devices, Roboto renders more consistently?
May
7
comment Tools for making infographics
+1 for the obviously painful memory of an ungrouped chart.
Apr
24
comment Clean, simple CSS styles for text and table-heavy sites
Seriously +1 for that find, thank you!
Apr
20
comment How to remove noise/grain on a picture, based on some “noise pattern”
You could probably get around this by copying the InDesign icon to a new layer before making your curves adjustments on the original layer (and you could play with using regular Reduce Noise on the icon layer).