Be nice. Or else.
Product Designer at Weebly Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Conor O. Jeff has invited Brian Benitez, Lee Munroe, Tim Cruz, Ryan Goodman, Michael Parenteau and 30 others, Brad Birdsall, Jake Marsh, David Bailey, Andy ODore, Jon-Paul Lunney, James McDonald, Ivan Tolmachev, Christopher Webb, Alex Parker, Alex Patrascu, Sara Menefee, Oleg Anoff, Henry Boldizsar, Hamad Mufleh, matthew nelson, Jon Larama, Erik Pavletic, Dieter Incredible, Nicola Armellini, Julian N, Bryan Zavestoski, Jay Robinson, Abdul Jarallah, Joey Kirk, David Scoville, Jon Farrell, Elliot Nash, Marc Kerstein, Robert Padbury, Bryn Jackson
There is a trial now, and you should get it and pay the $150 when you're convinced, which you will be. :)
troll "don't get nowhere" ? So they get somewhere? /troll
Super cool. I would love to see the Keynote file!
Wow...that's super blatant. Screw them!
I hate wireframing in the formal sense. I typically like to work in black/greys/whites and basic shapes in my PSD...then start filling it out as the layout gets clearer. This way I can actually use my wireframe and layers for the actual final version.
I'll be going to Circles Conference.
They added PSD support to preview but still have a 100MB file limit. They still recommend to keep your PSDs outside of Github. This support is probably aimed at smaller, more specific, PSD asset files.
I have tried so many different types of mice. I have found gaming mice are the best because they usually offer precise control with no lag. The Mamba has been the simplest, most comfortable, mouse I have found to date. I have had several of them.
Github doesn't recommend storing PSD assets into git. They recommend using a 3rd party syncing/storage service like LayerVault or Dropbox: https://help.github.com/articles/what-is-my-disk-quota#large-media-files
They then recommend storing the actual asset files (exported PNG/JPG/etc.) files in git for the devs.
Apparently this is what the guys at Github actually do.