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Nov
30
comment What type of creative commons licensing do I need for free templates?
@TRiG you felt the need to make that comment. Two and a half years later?
Jan
4
awarded  Yearling
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
7
comment Web Safe Alternative to Myriad Pro Font?
@hced What is the question itself? "Web Safe Alternatives to Myriad Pro Font", Followed by the expansion asking for something similar, I'm fairly certain it answers the question.
Jan
7
awarded  Excavator
Jan
7
comment New generation of Save icon that is not a “disk”?
Follow up: To the average person, nowadays, HD means High Definition.
Jan
7
revised Web Safe Alternative to Myriad Pro Font?
removed unnecessary, incorrect, and biased information. Fixed up some grammar.
Jan
7
comment New generation of Save icon that is not a “disk”?
Your second to last paragraph doesn't really make sense, while most people haven't seen a hard drive, the image of a disk has become ubiquitous as being a hard drive. Your computer uses the icon to signify that on it's desktop, Windows users see it whenever they open "My Computer", Linux users have all seen hard drives. You don't need to add anything, people know what it is.
Jan
7
comment Are Macs preferable to PCs for handling graphics software?
Modifying still isn't the correct word, it's just an attempt to appease someone by saying the same thing, but changing the word ever so slightly, but leaving the meaning the same... Also, "lame, not hacking" is correct, and can't really be argued, because, well, it isn't hacking in any sense of the word.
Jan
7
suggested suggested edit on Web Safe Alternative to Myriad Pro Font?
Jan
7
comment Web Safe Alternative to Myriad Pro Font?
@Littlemad you know that H&FJ doesn't have a webfont service, right?
Jan
7
comment Web Safe Alternative to Myriad Pro Font?
Lacking weights, sure, but there are many professional fonts that come in few weights as well, as for glyphs, please take a look at the fonts, they've got six alphabets you can filter by (two of which have extra glyphs), I think you're flat out wrong. Plus find me a better free service.
Jan
4
awarded  Yearling
May
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revised Should I start with Fireworks, or is Expression Design comparable?
added 341 characters in body
May
28
comment Should I start with Fireworks, or is Expression Design comparable?
@James, yes, but my point with that link was the benefit of making sites smaller.
May
28
answered Should I start with Fireworks, or is Expression Design comparable?
May
28
answered What type of creative commons licensing do I need for free templates?
May
27
comment Free, downloadable Helvetica small caps? Well, then, how about Arial or even Tahoma?
Free, probably not...
May
12
comment How can I match a site's background color in both Chrome and Firefox?
Umm, I see no problem... (FF4 and Chrome)
Apr
28
comment PSD format or cut up graphics?
Before I started making the html/css mockups for my developer, I used to hand off sliced up graphics and guides to how the styles should be. It was a hassle for both of us, which is why I started making the html/css mockups while he added functionality.