Joseph Lemmons

Joseph Lemmons

Graphic & Digital Designer Joined over 9 years ago

  • 1 story
  • Posted to (Funny) Lies All Web Designers Tell Their Clients, Jul 03, 2015

    I find these pretty offensive, if I'm honest.

    I strive to maintain a level of honesty and integrity with my clients and myself. Out of respect.

    Perpetuating these "humorous" lies does nothing positive for the industry or the hard working individuals in it. I know you did not create these, and I find it suprising that Creative Market would attach themselves to something like this.... Feels like a slap in the face to a large majority of the creatives that have built their community.

    I hope others understand and agree with my opinion here and I don't come off sounding crazy.

    3 points
  • Posted to Behance or Dribble?, in reply to Yoav Hornung , Sep 03, 2014

    No, the Work In Progress feature is for images only. However, when you are adding a Project to your account, you can include video.

    0 points
  • Posted to Behance or Dribble?, Sep 03, 2014

    I'm surprised no one has mentioned the Work In Progress feature of Behance. It allows you to post WIP for your network to see and invites commentary on said work. With unique placement in users' feeds.

    3 points
  • Posted to Fantasy Football Last Call, Sep 02, 2014

    Should have mentioned that by "last minute" I mean "we need to draft tomorrow". Derp.

    0 points
  • Posted to Anybody interested in a (last-minute) DN Fantasy Football League?, in reply to Joris Rigerl , Sep 01, 2014

    Thanks Joris!

    I tried to join up with the invite you sent, no dice. Eastern time zone means I missed out because I'm slow.

    So if you do have enough interest in a second league, shoot me an email!

    0 points
  • Posted to Anybody interested in a (last-minute) DN Fantasy Football League?, Aug 31, 2014

    If I didn't miss this, I'll join up.

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Experience with coworking spaces?, Aug 27, 2014

    I have been at a local co-work space for the past (nearly) month. I joined because I needed to have more social interaction and frankly, I was tired of my house. This space is only a year old and is steadily growing. There are copywriters, developers, social media experts, designers, conference organizers, project managers... I'm sure I'm missing others.

    It is truly about community and what the owners are doing to help promote that sense. So Aaron is right, you do indeed get back what you put into it. Relish in the fact that you can communicate freely AND have your head-down, hoodie-drawn, private days. Just don't have too many of either one lol.

    Most co-work spots should have a trial period that you can sign up for. Go for a month, see what it's all about. Utilize the resources, talk to the people. Work at odd hours. The only way you'll know for sure about your particular space in your community is to try it out.

    If the people behind the place are genuine, the space should be as well.

    EDITED TO INCLUDE I've been in attendance of events and meet ups at this co-work for their entire first year, so I've gotten to know members and owners very well, which is what prompted me to become a member.

    0 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: Show your favorite spotify playlist., Aug 27, 2014

    Any of you guys old enough for a 90's buzz playlist? Get's me through many days.

    0 points
  • Posted to (un)Official Designer News fantasy football league, in reply to Dave Yurkanin , Aug 04, 2014

    I would definitely be in.

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