Levi Figueira

Levi Figueira

Enthusiast at Existence Joined about 7 years ago

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  • Posted to What is React? -- an illustrated intro (React course for Designers update 2), Jun 12, 2017

    This is great! If I have one suggestion it would be to use the naked domain (without www.). You can set up redirection so that any link including the www. gets it removed (aka redirected). ;)

    Keep up the good work, Linton! o/

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  • Posted to The News 2, Apr 07, 2015

    Now all I need is HLD.thenews.im (aka Lobste.rs + HN + DN)… :>

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  • Posted to NeuBible: A modern Bible app thoughtfully designed for delightful, distraction-free reading., in reply to Nate Dunn , Mar 23, 2015

    I actually like the rounded corners as well. I somehow find it relaxing, more conducive to long-form reading (can't really point out if there's any science to that)... :)

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  • Posted to NeuBible: A modern Bible app thoughtfully designed for delightful, distraction-free reading., in reply to Aaron Martin , Mar 23, 2015

    This is exciting! Looking forward to ESV as well... :)

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  • Posted to Google releases Sketch resource for Material Design, Oct 20, 2014

    The thing that struck me the most about this wasn't the file sizes: was the fact that Google went ahead and published SKETCH <- source files!! That's an awesome thing for the indie developer community, especially the guys at Bohemian Coding. They're being put neck & shoulder with the "big boys" and Google just validated their worth.

    So AWESOME! =D

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  • Posted to Show DN: Mailbox's Beta Invites with Bitcoin Tokens, Aug 19, 2014

    Preeeeettty sure it has nothing to do with Bitcoins…

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  • Posted to Site Design: Svbtle Redesign , in reply to Jeff Smith , Aug 18, 2014

    About a year ago, I had had a Svbtle invite sitting on my inbox for a few months. I was considering a switch from my custom Jekyll blog to a platform with good "web" access (for editing). I was left deciding between Medium and Svbtle. I ended up picking Svbtle for a simple reason: identity. Medium presents the reader with a collection of loose papers, while Svbtle feels more like your own "book" (of sorts). I also really dislike Medium's URLs (nerd stuff I know) and I don't like how, with Medium, it feels like you're content is being clipped into someone else's "magazine".

    I'm not sure I'll stick around Svbtle much longer. It lost its original exclusivity, which was obviously a factor in terms of "validation". I might actually end up going back to my own Jekyll and either find or write my own workflow for writing/editing my posts remotely… :)

    Also, Svbtle's $6/month are completely optional (and just now introduced) and there are still no features that require the paid plan.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Svbtle Redesign , in reply to Casey Britt , Aug 18, 2014

    I see what you did there… ;)

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  • Posted to Google in my opinion , in reply to Stefan Sohlstrom , Aug 02, 2014

    Same here! I think I read it at least 3 times just to make sure my brain wasn't failing me as early as 2am… -.-

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  • Posted to Finish Your Side Projects. Find Your Next One., Jun 29, 2014

    So, is this like Assembly (http://assemblymade.com/) with very little differences? :)

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