Parker Hutchinson

Portland, OR Full Stack Javascript Developer Joined over 4 years ago

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  • Posted to How much RAM do we need for design?, Nov 17, 2019

    at least 32gb. I use Blender/C4D/AE/Sketch/Affinity Photo. It really depends on what you mean by "designer" if you see yourself doing rendering with AE and 3D modeling then the more ram the better. 16gb should work fine for AI/Sketch/PS/Affinity. it's not until you combine that with modeling or motion graphics does it become noticeable.. Having a good graphics card(the higher tier) also is something to think on. The bigger the GPU and more GRAM will also affect the performance of rendering.

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  • Posted to Diagonal Containers in CSS, in reply to Matthew Smith , Apr 18, 2019

    exactly.

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  • Posted to Diagonal Containers in CSS, Apr 16, 2019

    or you could do this https://codepen.io/parkerhutchinson/pen/xepPKd and it would be cross browser compatible. because clip-path polygon is not supported in IE or edge browsers only url option for clip-path.

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  • Posted to Using a static site generator at scale, Apr 06, 2019

    AWS(amazon web services) entire documentation layer is built in jekyll. Thats 1000's of pages of content. I personally would use Gatsby with Contentful. I Just finished building a site with gatbsy. Jekyll is just a little outdated workflow imo. gatsby is more modern solution and with that more modern tools work with gatsby like netilfy and contentful.

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  • Posted to TOKYO 2020 UNVEILS GAMES PICTOGRAMS, Mar 12, 2019

    I thought this was going to be nintendo themed? remember that promo they put out at the rio games?

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  • Posted to What font size works best for the website header?, Jan 31, 2019

    what about something like this

    header

    the layout felt like there was a huge gap in white space underneath the headline copy. centering vertically and adding in that yellow to the top helps bring out the hero as an intro area.

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  • Posted to Design Tools: When do we get stateful components?, Sep 21, 2018

    Phase is doing this. I have access to the alpha app now. It allows you to create state changes visually. Its very much so in alpha though and probably wont be out until early 2019.

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  • Posted to Create next-level layouts with Framer X, in reply to Matt C , Aug 01, 2018

    my thoughts exactly. sketch has auto-layout plugin that does the "adaptive" portion of this video.

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  • Posted to What backpack are you rocking?, Jul 18, 2018

    I've had the same bag for well over 10 years, the Chrome Industries' Citizen. These bags come with a lifetime warranty and are very well crafted. Got a rubber lining so its rain proof. Perfect for daily bike commute : chrome

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  • Posted to Huge invites wave to Invision Studio, in reply to Stephen Olmstead , Mar 23, 2018

    thanks for replying and passing along my feedback! P.S. the "pre-comp" term comes from After Effects its how you can create nested animations.

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