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Web application developer well versed in Javascript, PHP, MySQL, Debian GNU/Linux, and stuff.

Creator of the Neon Javascript framework.


Jan
30
comment What is the font used in this logo?
The S is a totally different shape too, plus the T is wider and the crossbar of both H and E are different. Given the different shape of S alone I'd say it is not based on this font, sorry.
Jan
29
answered What is the correct font for Android section headlines?
Jan
25
comment Anyone knows the fonts used in this Resume?
Good point. I guess the Typo edition probably has fancier typographic features like many more glyphs, ligatures, kerning, and/or other things - which aren't necessarily needed.
Jan
25
answered How do you break out of current creative mind sets?
Jan
24
revised Anyone knows the fonts used in this Resume?
added 10 characters in body
Jan
24
revised Anyone knows the fonts used in this Resume?
added 10 characters in body
Jan
24
answered Anyone knows the fonts used in this Resume?
Jan
23
comment What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
And yet when Ikea switched to Verdana it got absolutely panned for doing so. So there's two sides to the Verdana coin. I kind of agree though, they threw away one of the coolest fonts ever (Futura) to switch to Verdana, which in itself is not a really bad font.
Jan
22
awarded  Excavator
Jan
22
revised Can anyone name this font?
added 44 characters in body
Jan
22
comment What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
Also, I'd have to add a "citation needed" to "Verdana tends to get the most love". I'm not sure if I've experienced that.
Jan
22
comment What are the more respected sans serif fonts that come standard on most computers?
It's always confused me why Arial gets panned so much while Helvetica gets so much love. To me, Arial seems to fix a lot of the things that I really dislike about Helvetica such as its R, G, and C and is more human. That said, I'm not a fan of Arial's Q.
Jan
21
comment Different Logo Colors for Different Uses, Appropriate?
It seems as if having multiple copies of your logo (sometimes for no functional reason) in different colours is a current trend. I can think of a few examples including City of Melbourne, Telstra, or even varying both colour and shape of the mark eg Pepsi.
Jan
18
comment Identify the font in the King's Hawaiian logo
While it's awesome to see a response from the company itself, this doesn't seem to actually answer the question at all, apart from saying it was a "custom font" - well we already knew that from the swooshes, etc - it kind of goes without saying.
Jan
15
comment Identify the font in the King's Hawaiian logo
Yes, it still isn't a perfect match.
Jan
14
revised Making a typeface – should I check if it resembles any non-free or copyrighted typefaces?
added 6 characters in body
Jan
14
answered Identify the font in the King's Hawaiian logo
Jan
14
comment Identify the font in the King's Hawaiian logo
Here's a much bigger copy of the logo if it helps.
Jan
11
answered Making a typeface – should I check if it resembles any non-free or copyrighted typefaces?
Jan
11
comment GIMP Rounded Rectangle Radius > 100px?
No, no cap. 100% means that it's as rounded as it can possibly be. The percent sign means that it isn't measured in pixels, percentage is a measurement where "100%" is the maximum, meaning the diameter is the same as the smaller dimension of your rectange. 100% on a square would turn it into a circle, for instance. You can't get any more rounded than it. Perhaps I've misunderstood your question, or what you want to do - if so could you add an example of what you want to achieve to your question?