Razvan Onofrei

Razvan Onofrei

Front-end Developer at PixelGrade Joined about 6 years ago

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  • 9 comments
  • 5 upvotes
  • Posted to CSS: Having better control over the way you lay out Typography, Sep 22, 2016

    I published a new article about the way we approached type on our last project. I would be very happy to get some feedback from you guys and maybe start a conversation on the way you approach typography on the web.

    Thanks!

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Timothy Kempf , Jun 21, 2015

    We don't have a dress code. That was our day off :))

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Kris Kim , Jun 19, 2015

    Thanks man! :)

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Aron Rotteveel , Jun 19, 2015

    Thanks for the feedback. Appreciate it!

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Renato de Leão , Jun 19, 2015

    Yeah, the lack of conventional navigation and apparent clickable elements may be a bit confusing, but we really hope the content gets discovered by the user eventually :D

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Noorain Noorani , Jun 19, 2015

    I personally doubt how confusing it can be. There are some pretty clear sections and I guess after one tour you got the point :) We were expecting this kind of feedback but rather from less tech-saavy people

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Eduard Giménez , Jun 19, 2015

    We don't really experience load times that big, not even on 4G. 3G may come close. We will continue on trying to cut down the load but it will mostly stay there

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  • Posted to Site Design: PixelGrade Homepage, in reply to Christina Fowler , Jun 19, 2015

    Well, it seems no female developers wanted to show up for the photo shoot. Actually I don't know... it's not like we didn't want any women in our team

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  • Posted to Ask DN: 13" or 15" Retina MacBook Pro?, Jul 01, 2014

    I also had to choose between the 13" and the 15" and had a tough time deciding.

    I went for the 13" mainly for the portability (even though it doesn't make such a big difference) and I'm glad with my choice.

    I also do both design and coding work but mainly hooked up to two 22" monitors and with wireless keyboard and trackpad connected.

    So far I haven't had any performance issues and I can't say I miss the speakers. But after all, it's your choice so make your mind :)

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