Johannes Neumeier

Helsinki, Finland Type Designer at Underscore Joined almost 6 years ago

  • 4 stories
  • Posted to Gimli — a Visual Studio Code extension enabling smart visual tools for front-end developers, Apr 08, 2019

    The tool looks nice enough, but please, that logotype is giving me anxiety.

    0 points
  • Posted to Can't Unsee — Test your design eye by choosing the UI that looks more correct., Feb 06, 2019

    Some of those seem to be a meter for how indoctrinated you are with current design trends.

    17 points
  • Posted to Inter font family, Feb 06, 2019

    This has been posted here before numerous times. And like the re-post I'll re-comment that I don't see what makes this good for interfaces in any particular way.

    0 points
  • Posted to The all-new Kirby 3.0, Jan 28, 2019

    I've come across this before but have not tried it — yet. I think there is definitely a good segment of projects that could run on this, where a client or designer might want some editing capabilities, but the hassle of setting up (and esp. maintaining) something like WordPress is a pain. It's developer-friendly to see you can also install and update via composer; presumably hooking up your own templating engine could be possible via the API endpoints?

    Since the CMS is file based I looked at the caching section and was wondering if, aside from the general cache timeout, Kirby does automatically purge updated pages from the cache? Experiences how this performs on scale without any additional lower level cache?

    0 points
  • Posted to The all-new Kirby 3.0, in reply to Florian Karsten , Jan 28, 2019

    Nice examples, especially your own shop. I've just glanced over the Kirby docs, but presumably you could hook up or code a custom cart and checkout system to an virtual Kirby endpoint? Presumably now the /buy page is still Kirby and then just integrates with that 3rd party payment service?

    0 points
  • Posted to How much does a website cost in 2019?, Jan 06, 2019

    I wish this would present prices as approximates. It's good to get a sense for the magnitude of extra $ something will cost, but putting those actual prices on things just makes you skeptical.

    1 point
  • Posted to New year, new CSS-Tricks redesign – 2019, in reply to Philip A , Jan 06, 2019

    Also: Not so Woohoo at all on Firefox.

    1 point
  • Posted to New year, new CSS-Tricks redesign – 2019, Jan 06, 2019

    The big white headlines and neon colors really make it very hard to read the actual text. Just try read a few lines and feel your eyebrows tensing up. It’s an actual physical relief to browse away to another site after it, unfortunately.

    Also, what ads? Oh…

    0 points
  • Posted to Legibility: 7 Typographic Tools To Create Readable Screens, Nov 08, 2018

    A whole bunch of uninformed or tangential nonsense that’s not very useful. And definitely not 7 tools.

    0 points
  • Posted to Kontiki Fonts simulate a handmade woodprint, Nov 08, 2018

    The lengths you went to for producing this one deserves applause by itself, but also I really dig the slight inclination in some of the vertical serifs.

    0 points
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