Lacie Webb

Portland, OR Designer at roboboogie Joined over 9 years ago Lacie has invited Nathan Lunsford

  • 2 stories
  • Posted to Women Who Draw — An open directory of female* professional illustrators, Dec 12, 2016

    "The web service to this account has been limited temporarily! There is a server resource overage report open for this account in the User area. To remove the limits, please log into your User area and consider the options available to resolve the case." :(

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  • Posted to PrescribeWellness, in reply to Dominik Rymsza , Nov 22, 2016

    Oh I meant suggestions on the animation style, not how it was implemented. My bad.

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  • Posted to PrescribeWellness, Nov 22, 2016

    I love this style of animation. Anyone have any suggestions on how to achieve something like this?

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  • Posted to Site Design: Simple, Aug 05, 2016

    I'm loving the new hand lettering and illustrations!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: UI Design Portfolio without real projects?, Jul 27, 2016

    I was in a similar boat as you in college and I think most students are. It's fine to show student work as long as you explain that it is so. If I were you I would go in-depth about the process and thinking it took to come to the result you did and explain the experience of working in a group. I wouldn't worry that you don't have 100% of your finger print on the work because in a lot of cases in the future you'll be working with a team and the design will be the result of many people's fingerprints.

    What has worked for me was taking the projects I did in college and refining them outside of the project rules. You have the grade and now you can refine it to your hearts desire. Employers will like that you took the initiative to put in the extra hours to make it something really special.

    Good luck out there!

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  • Posted to So who's getting an iPad Pro and why?, in reply to Anton Sten , Nov 12, 2015

    I work off a rMBP. I just have a 64GB flash drive that i transfer files to and from. So I sketch on the Surface Pro and then transfer to my MBP for clean up.

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  • Posted to So who's getting an iPad Pro and why?, Nov 11, 2015

    I was debating getting the iPad Pro for a long time but ended up getting the Surface Pro 4 and I absolutely love it. I bought it primarily for drawing and it's been great being able to run full Photoshop.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How many of you are buying an iPad Pro?, Sep 11, 2015

    I was saving up for the 13" Cintiq touch but the iPad Pro threw a wrench in that. The iPad Pro + Pencil + AstroPad seems like a great alternative. I'm waiting until I can try one out in stores before I buy.

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  • Posted to Does Apple's Brand identity fail WCAG AA contrast compliance ?, in reply to Brent Robbins , Aug 25, 2015

    Thanks! :)

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  • Posted to Does Apple's Brand identity fail WCAG AA contrast compliance ?, Aug 24, 2015

    I'd be very interested in what sketch plugin you're using! I'm about to start a very accessibility-driven project! :)

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