Be nice. Or else.
Designer & Front-end Developer Joined almost 2 years ago
I couldn't upvote... So here is a +1
I think Designer News should definitely consider this and improve the tiny touch areas on these darn impossible to tap (on mobile) upvote comment buttons. DN gods if you're out there! Just increase the padding, not the margins.
Thank you for linking my portfolio :) I am literally an 18-year-old kid and I redesigned my website to procrastinate my High-School exams. It is a real honour for my work to be compared to all the other highly talented creators!
It is a truly excellent app! The drawing capabilities of the app are the work of a wizard
The Jokarrmorros site is supberb. Well done!
My sister just purchased Astropad standard with her iPad Pro and her brand new MacBook Pro using Photoshop. This application is pure magic. So far she has found it easy to use, set-up, and the lag is barely noticable.
However, if my sister purchased a Surface Pro instead of a MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Astropad and Photoshop it would be significantly cheaper. This is the craziness of Apple lock in!
BTW, my sister is an artist: Hayley Lauren
An excerpt from the demo of Flawless Typography Checklist...
Tighten your line height in headlines
The standard line height of 1.5 is considered ideal for setting body text, however, for headlines and other large type, it is way too much. It’s common to see sites that use 1.5 across the board for all type, which leads to headlines with huge gaps between the lines. The larger that type is set, the less of a line height it needs. Begin with a line height of 1.0 and work your way up from there until your headlines look good. There shouldn’t be a large gap between lines but neither should the spacing be so tight that the ascenders and descenders touch.
TL;DR: Using 1.05 line height for headings and 1.5 for body/paragraph text.