Paul Morel

Paul Morel

Freelancer Web Designer Joined almost 8 years ago

  • 4 stories
  • Posted to Hyper v1.0.0, Dec 13, 2016

    For Windows is it better than CMDer?

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  • Posted to AMA: I'm Pablo Stanley, designer, comic writer, and quesadilla lover, Oct 19, 2016

    What do you like best in your quesadillas?

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  • Posted to What's your ringtone?, Oct 13, 2016

    The bass intro to Steven Wilson's Luminol

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  • Posted to AMA: Brett & Brian, This Also, Inc., in reply to Brett Bergeron , Oct 12, 2016

    Alright, thanks for the answers!

    I think my first step will be to stop being a control freak.

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  • Posted to AMA: Brett & Brian, This Also, Inc., Oct 12, 2016

    Thanks for doing this!

    As designers and developers foremost, what crucial business lessons & knowledge have you learned over the years by founding your own studio?

    Did you have any business experience prior to the founding of This Also?

    As a designer & developer myself, I'm looking into founding my own studio in the not-too-far-future. However, I'm not sure what I need to know so I don't crash and burn. I've done freelance before and I know business is not my forte, but I'm willing to learn.

    0 points
  • Posted to Who's designing on Windows. And why ?, Apr 01, 2016

    As much as I'd love to try Sketch, I'm pretty ok with using Adobe products on my Windows machine. A lot of apps are cross-platform and those that aren't have alternatives on Windows.

    My main reason for designing and developing on Windows is the cost. It cost my significantly less to choose my computer parts and build my own PC than to buy a Mac with the same specs. Intel i7, 16GB of Ram and a GTX 960 for $1000 CAD.

    Well worth it.

    Linux is always tempting over Windows, Adobe's lack of support of Linux pushes me back towards Windows.

    On the development side of things, all the tools I use are cross-platform. Atom, NodeJS, task runners, Vagrant, Virtual Box, etc. No problem there. Only one that's problematic is Ruby. Rarely use it though.

    1 point
  • Posted to Affinity apps are coming to Windows, Mar 15, 2016

    This is definitely a step in the right direction. I've been itching to try out some of these Adobe competitors for a while at home, but there's never any support for Windows.

    Hoping to see Sketch go the same direction in the future, but I think it's doubtful.

    3 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Bricks.js - A blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements., Feb 17, 2016

    You're on a roll. First a complete rewrite of Layzr.js and now this! I'll probably have a use for this in my portfolio update. Thanks for sharing.

    2 points
  • Posted to Site Design: TinyMCE, Dec 10, 2015

    TinyMCE grew up! It's pretty different than last time I used it.

    2 points
  • Posted to WTF Adobe? (Photoshop Welcome Screen), in reply to Todd F , Dec 09, 2015

    What did they do to Lightroom?

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