Be nice. Or else.
UI Designer @ hyperion.co Joined over 2 years ago
Absolutely. Drag and drop the site address to the dock (you can only save them to the right side of the dock). You can also save the address somewhere in finder, say Documents, and give it a custom icon, then place it in the dock.
Here's my dock with one custom icon link (the one for Jira) and one regular one.
Does it only search pixabay? In that case, what is the value of keeping an app always running in the dock for just those times when you need stock apps? Why not just open a web page? The web page will always be up to date with all the tools and capabilities a stock site will bring and since you can only search that one site, be essentially the same.
If someone uses the site often, why not just save the site as a bookmark in the dock?
I am curios what the real life use cases for this are and what research you've done to justify the mechanism.
The report link already exists, click on the 3 dots next to the title of the story. Downvote would indeed be a good idea.
Clearly others are disatisfied with the state of things and at least 16 others agree the solution I am proposing could work. It's already we.
This is why it would be optional. You who consider there are valuable articles from Medium that get posted here, can keep them on and look for those good ones. I who do not, could turn them off.
Are you sure mr. 'veteran consultant'? I am a freelance designer and I got the exact same headphones yet I still see no value in your 150 word article.
But that's not the point is it - you are not here to help designers, but rather spam the forum hoping someone bites and clicks on your referral link so you earn a couple of bucks.
I'm sorry to hear your career is going so poorly that you'd resort to this so I'll assume you really need the money and back down.
Good for you man. There's instagram and facebook if you want to brag about your new headphones and how you justify the cost. This is not even remotely design related.
I started by doing contests on a site called http://hatchwise.com some 7 years ago and the first 'client' was when I won a contest there and the guy needed some extra work afterwards. It was $150 for a poster after dozens of projects where I didn't get paid, but it was a good way to get practice considering I didn't need the money at 17.
I think the problem a lot of us are empathising with is how if you're not big enough on dribbble (and let's face it, dribbble values fake redesigns and gifs far more than quality work), you will not get any leads. I've had a team profile on it for 3 years and haven't received a single lead (position 25 in my city).
Because dribbble's ranking are not necessarily a good indicator of how good a designer is (not that we're that good), I never considered it a valuable lead gen tool.