Joseph Feliciano

Joseph Feliciano

Visual Designer Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to Get Started Re-Skinning Wordpress Themes, Dec 19, 2014

    I get this kind of work fairly often . Generally doesn't require too much fiddling with the code depending on the theme and the clients expectations.

    If you want to shoot me an email I'll be glad to take a look at the theme and see if I can point you in the right direction.

    joseph (@) createbuildwin.com

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  • Posted to Show DN: Infinite Painter, in reply to Jeff Couturier , Dec 16, 2014

    Your totally right now that I read it the way your wrote it ! Thats on my list of additions to make in the morning.

    Thanks Jeff.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Infinite Painter, in reply to Pierre de Milly , Dec 15, 2014

    I'm going to add a scroll indicator for those that aren't used to scrolling down on any web page they visit lol ... I explained a bit better uptop.

    Appreciate you taking a look.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Infinite Painter, in reply to Jeff Couturier , Dec 15, 2014

    The copy was carried over from the Playstore listing which also could do with a re-write. I am waiting on better copy at the moment. There are some users in the beta community giving input and helping there.

    Although I believe everyone attempts to scroll regardless, I will definitely add an scroll indicator. It's just good UI/UX I guess.

    Agree with you 100%, thanks for the feedback.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Infinite Painter, Dec 15, 2014

    Finished a website redesign for the release of the latest version of Infinite Painter for Android mobile & tablet.

    Redesign :http://josephfeliciano.com/clients/infinitestudio/

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    Old Website :http://seanbrakefield.com/

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  • Posted to How I was wrong about big smartphones, in reply to Greg Bowen , Nov 04, 2014

    I'm sure you've put a gameboy in your pocket at some point in your life or some variation of a hand held game that was larger and heavy and didn't break on you as a kid.

    You'll be fine.

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  • Posted to How I was wrong about big smartphones, in reply to Jim Silverman , Nov 04, 2014

    Will never understand how a creative person can say they don't understand the use case for a stylus. I literally sent the 6+ back because theirs nothing to do with all that screen space but watch or browse aka consumption focused device.

    Felt handicapped with the 6+ after a week of feeling less productive with it. At least I can use a stylus on the Note 4 to draw, sketch, clip images for later use, work on artist concepts, arrange moodboards, etc uses. Then hop over to my Note 10.1 and continue sketching at a more comfortable size. Then transfer to PC and a Wacom tablet for finishing up.

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  • Posted to Evernote redesigned its note-taking web app, and it's gorgeous, in reply to Hawke Bassignani , Oct 03, 2014

    I really dislike that they took away the card view on the web app and android app. That was the view I always used for sorting.

    On the other hand really love the new clean design.

    Looks so much less cluttered.

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  • Posted to Adobe joins the Chromebook party, starting with Photoshop, in reply to Alexander Adam , Oct 01, 2014

    Hows that workong for you ?

    Always been curious but never really tried one of these chrome apps for day to day real world design use.

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  • Posted to Adobe joins the Chromebook party, starting with Photoshop, Oct 01, 2014

    Got excited, then disappointed.

    If Chromebooks were able to run Adobe software in full, non virtual emviroments and had enough power under the hood I would really pick one up.

    With Windows dropping the ball the only alternative to run Adobe software is OSX until Chromebooks get there.

    Really wanted an android/chromebook setup but I need the power and Adobe suite.

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