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  • Posted to Just deployed a new version of my site. Would love some feedback, Jul 15, 2014

    The column layout looks and works really well, it does however have slightly choppy animations with Firefox 30 when browsing in full screen (27").

    What I don't understand is why you chose the navigation icon. When browsing on larger screens I would always want to prevent an extra click and just list the items directly in the menu bar. On smaller screens I would either use the hated 'Hamburger' or simply spell it out. Additionally, I would also decrease the size of the social icons a little but that's just personal preference.

    Besides those minor things it's really great. Especially the formatting of the articles is nice to look at while still very easy to read.

    2 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Volley Sign-Up, Mar 08, 2014

    I really like the input indicators, just not a big fan of the blurred backgrounds. They make the blue placeholder text almost impossible to read most of the times.

    You also have a small error with the upload button. In Firefox 27.0.1 (Mac) the file input is visible.

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Your top 3 features you wish your favorite Design app would have?, Mar 01, 2014

    I am missing a decent font management/browser in Photoshop. Any plugins you can recommend?

    3 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Examples of business cards with great colours and typography, Mar 01, 2014

    Did you have a look at Dribbble? :)

    I myself never designed any business cards but I would probably keep it minimal and focus on the information it is supposed to deliver.

    1 point
  • Posted to Niice. A search engine with taste., Feb 12, 2014

    I think it's a great idea and the layout looks really nice.

    The search bar however is not present enough for a search engine. It took me quite a few seconds to realize what the site actually offers to the user. I would suggest to move a few of the information down and reorganize the content around the centered search bar. I think the NounProject site ( does that really well.

    2 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Subcontracting?, Feb 04, 2014

    Interesting question. I did some work where I included designers for all print related things and I would always introduce them to the client. Also, I've been the developer for a few designers and I always appreciated it when I got directly in touch with the client. It expands your network and you can list the project in your portfolio.

    How would that work if you are subcontracted without the client knowing? Would you still be able to publicly show that you worked on a project?

    2 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Engine Yard, Feb 04, 2014

    I really like the new logo and simplicity of the complete layout. I think however that some parts seem a bit empty, especially the stack overview of PHP and Java. Maybe there is a better way to organize and display those tables?

    But who wouldn't like to use PHP with that adorable tiny elephant :)

    1 point
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