Claire Lines

UI/UX Designer @ Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to We're Getting Rid of Comments on, in reply to Aubrey Johnson , Dec 21, 2016

    Idk, comment sections can sometimes lead to amazing, productive, and open conversations. But more often than not, its people yelling at each other about their points of view.

    The whole "safe space" argument is kind of dismissive to me. People are emotional and most are bad at actual debate.

    0 points
  • Posted to Mozilla's 7 new "open design" logo concepts, Aug 18, 2016

    Although I like the concept, all I can see in the Protocol design is an ambivalent :/ emoji.

    I kinda like the Impossible M, but its very trendy and wouldn't age well, I don't think.

    2 points
  • Posted to Pokéwalk, Jul 12, 2016

    not sure...

    9 points
  • Posted to Men of DesignerNews, in reply to Sacha Greif , Apr 08, 2016

    I'm curious too, because I would love a woman-friendly space for designers on the internet that encourages actual discussion.

    4 points
  • Posted to What do you think about the new youtube player?, in reply to Thibault Maekelbergh , Apr 14, 2015

    unnerving how? I kinda like it because I sometimes listen to music in youtube and therefore serves as a kind of radio/playlist

    1 point
  • Posted to Favorite Podcasts?, Feb 23, 2015

    So, I listen to a lot of podcasts since its what I do on my commute, and almost none of them are related to design, but here's my list:

    99% invisibleStartup PodcastNPR's Popculture Happy Hour or really anything from the NPR or This American Life suite of podcasts is good.

    Other popular podcasts that I won't bother linking to individually because I'm lazy: Savage Love, Serial, Stuff You Missed In History Class, How Did This Get Made, RadioLab (falls into the NPR category of podcasts but is so good, it needs its own call out), The Dollop, Sawbones.

    0 points
  • Posted to Adobe is suing Forever 21 for pirating Photoshop, Jan 30, 2015

    Honestly, I'm not surprised at all. Forever 21 has a history of stealing artists' work and selling it on their apparel without credit or the artists' knowledge. They seem pretty shady all around.

    3 points
  • Posted to AMA: Khoi Vinh, in reply to Khoi Vinh , Jan 27, 2015

    I will! Thanks :)

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  • Posted to AMA: Khoi Vinh, in reply to Khoi Vinh , Jan 27, 2015

    It kinda reminds me of the "steal like an artist" axiom I hear thrown around a lot.

    Thanks for doing this AMA, by the way. I got really excited when I saw it. I also found out the other day you have a connection to Splash (the company I work for)!

    0 points
  • Posted to Do you charge your clients Hourly? How is that possible?, in reply to Mike Busby , Jan 26, 2015

    That's a very interesting and clever way of skirting the issues of pricing hourly/per project basis. Its basically like flex per project.

    Just curious: Do you ever find that you can't get done what you wanted with the block of time the client paid for? Are there scenarios where the client is difficult and wants to change a lot of things but still expects a final solution at the end of that block of time and is grumpy/unwilling to pay for more?

    3 points
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