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21
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
19
answered Why are Apple products so common in mockups?
Mar
19
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
18
comment How to create a balanced line geometric font like this quickly and easily?
There's gotta be a question in our system about font creation tools already. But check out Fontstruct - depending on what you want to do, might be a nice balance of simplicity and power for you.
Mar
9
answered What is this font
Mar
5
comment Icon idea for the air line distance between two places?
Out of curiosity, what did your final solution look like?
Mar
5
comment Blender normal map invert issues
Try this question on blender.stackexchange.com instead!
Mar
3
comment What font is used by the New York MoMA?
citation, if anyone is interested
Feb
26
answered Is it okay to use Font Awesome's social media icons?
Feb
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
19
revised What font is used for Swire's logo?
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Feb
19
answered What font is used for Swire's logo?
Feb
17
comment How do I handle an increasing lack of faith in my design abilities?
This got 10 answers and a lot of page views pretty fast, so clearly you're not alone in this one!
Feb
16
revised How do I handle an increasing lack of faith in my design abilities?
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Feb
16
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
16
answered How do I handle an increasing lack of faith in my design abilities?
Feb
3
reviewed Leave Open Is inconsistent leading generally viewed unfavorably?
Feb
3
comment Critique: Scrollable flyout nav menu
As for the menu itself, I agree that, as it stands, there isn't enough to definitively let the user know that he can scroll. I think I can make some improvements without having to completely scrap the concept, though. And, I think that if people are inclined to swipe scroll the menu rather than click the buttons, the concern about multiple clicks goes away. I don't know if there's any research on this, but one swipe versus a click into a sandwich menu (a false dilemma, but a realistic one at this stage of the process) are probably pretty equivalent.