James Dinsdale

Designer at Molovo Joined almost 9 years ago

  • 8 stories
  • Posted to Show DN your 404, Jan 17, 2018


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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, in reply to Mitch Warren , Jul 07, 2017

    Since forestry updates the git repository directly, you can use it to edit content, but let something else handle the deployment. I do just that with forestry and Netlify

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  • Posted to Zulu - an environment manager for ZSH, Jan 31, 2017

    Hi DN! I created Zulu as I wanted an easy way to manage my ZSH environment without having to delve into a shell script every time I wanted to make a simple change. Zulu lets you install from a curated (and growing!) list of packages and themes, manage $path, $fpath and $cdpath, and create aliases, all with simple commands, and without having to restart the shell session. User functions and environment variables will be manageable too in an upcoming release. Please try it out, and feel free to leave any feedback, good or bad, to help me improve the project. Thanks for looking!

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  • Posted to Beam 2 - iOS app for Reddit, in reply to Daniel Louwe Kooijmans , Dec 18, 2015

    Logged in with it, but I didn't have any subscriptions at that point as I haven't really used them before now. They're much more intuitive in Beam than in Alien Blue though, so I will be using them from now on.

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  • Posted to Beam 2 - iOS app for Reddit, in reply to Daniel Louwe Kooijmans , Dec 16, 2015

    I've worked that out now, but it didn't appear there until I added some subscriptions - otherwise that whole screen was just one big empty state telling me to add subscriptions, with no way of getting to the front page without adding any, hence why I thought it wasn't there. Spent a while looking before I worked it out too.

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  • Posted to Beam 2 - iOS app for Reddit, Dec 16, 2015

    Nice app, great for browsing, but where's the front page? Arguably the most important feature and it's missing.

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  • Posted to Bad joke?! The new daimler logo., Nov 27, 2015

    Not sure what to make of this. In this picture it's really reflective and actually looks really classy. I like it. But the website just flattens everything that's good about the logo and makes it look really dull. Nice idea, but poorly executed.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Bloomberg Conference, in reply to Noah S , Nov 27, 2015

    The scary thing is, you're actually right.

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  • Posted to Serif Labs vs. Adobe. Begin!, in reply to Cristian Moisei , Jul 10, 2015

    I totally agree, and ditched Adobe myself over a year ago for exactly that reason. But Adobe is a household name, and has a reputation (however untruthful) of being the best in the business. It would be hard to persuade a company which produces it's entire output in Adobe software to shell out money for something which provides identical functionality based on speed alone. With that in mind I can't see other products eating into Adobe's market share any time soon.

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