Franta Hejl

Franta Hejl

Joined over 6 years ago via an invitation from Becca T.

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  • 19 comments
  • 3 upvotes
  • Posted to Text-only sites?, in reply to Lucas Morales , Aug 15, 2015

    This needs way more contrast, it's really hard to read on my monitor.

    7 points
  • Posted to Fall of the Designer Part V: Self-flagellation, May 05, 2015

    I love the writing style, something about it makes it very unique and unusual.

    0 points
  • Posted to Edward Snowden: Avoid using Dropbox, Facebook, and Google, in reply to Darth Bane , Oct 13, 2014

    Glad to know you have nothing to hide. What's your salary, employer and street address?

    0 points
  • Posted to Site design: Pebble Smartwatch, in reply to Tor Løvskogen Bollingmo , Oct 01, 2014

    Click on PEBBLE WATCH or STEEL in the title bar.

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What is your wallpaper, Sep 12, 2014

    This one by Imperial Boy

    0 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: What is it your avatar?, Oct 19, 2013

    An approximation of how I usually look in real life.

    0 points
  • Posted to Logo, Bullshit & Co., Inc., in reply to Connor Tomas O'Brien , Sep 09, 2013

    If all people actually preferred McDonald's 1) in every situation 2) all the time and 3) other meals would be equally inexpensive, then yes, chefs should only cook McDonald's style hamburgers.

    As a customer, I buy meals that I like, not meals that the chef likes.

    0 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: What OS do you work on?, Sep 06, 2013

    Linux but I'm not a professional designer.

    0 points
  • Posted to Logo, Bullshit & Co., Inc., in reply to Nelson Joyce , Sep 06, 2013

    Apples an oranges. The whole point of a logo is to create certain feelings in people who look at the logo. So it makes complete sense to ask whether people like it. A logo that professional designers love but other people go "meh :/" is not a good logo. Should chefs only ask other chefs whether they like their meals?

    The biggest problem isn't the quality of the work produced, but the trivialization of the design process.

    In other words, designers hate the Mayer's redesign blogpost because it hurts their egos.

    2 points
  • Posted to Logo, Bullshit & Co., Inc., Sep 06, 2013

    This is not enough, we need even more hateful articles about how Marissa Mayer completely and totally fucked up with the logo.

    "What do these geniuses really need to achieve in a few days that less talented professionals need months for?"

    Yes, good logo can be made in days, even hours. And an agency can spend months designing a shitty logo costing millions.

    2 points
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