Be nice. Or else.
Hey Adrian, thanks for your feedback!
I've pushed a small change to the images on the product page, now the zoom when you put your mouse over them makes them a bit larger.
Regarding the two similar posters, my idea is to be adding more designs in the near future in batches of two, with some kind of similarity between the pairs.
About the lack of scale, completely agree, I'll be taking real pictures as soon as I can.
Thank you again for taking the time to put together such useful feedback :)
I've just launched Procedur.al, an art store based on the idea of generating unique artworks for every order via procedural algorithms. I'd love to know your feedback about it, let me know what you think!
I can find totally acceptable the reasons you give in this comment. But I think it's probably for the better if mods are more careful if they're going to announce decisions like sinking or removing a post. Specially if it's flame war inducing like this one.
I would also like to know if this is standard procedure. I don't think the linked site is funny. Maybe it's in poor taste. But I don't believe sinking a post because you personally find it offensive is the right decision here.
This looks too real to be a joke.
Edit: Just watched the video. It's a joke. Okay.
This should not be acceptable.
I'm gonna go ahead and say that job positions in DN profiles should be limited in length.
Even though this is an oversimplified way of describing the thought process that goes into logo and identity design, I honestly think this approach can be very valid in a lot of situations.
I don't really care if a logo was designed in 5 minutes or in 5 months if it serves its purpose.
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I honestly don't see where this article actually talks about history of version control. Looks like a bunch of sentences poorly put together and the post as a whole barely makes sense.
If you want to read about the actual history of version control, check out this post by LayerVault.
Be nice. Or else.
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