Samuel Green

Samuel Green

Designer for Lume Wellness Joined over 6 years ago Samuel has invited Todd Bennings

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  • 51 upvotes
  • Posted to Site Design: Froont: One of the best product websites I have seen in a long while., Dec 05, 2014

    Their iconography freakin' fantastic. I love the distinctive style. The blog has even more of it.

    1 point
  • Posted to A challenge to all DN users, in reply to Tommy Sadler , Nov 25, 2014

    So then why hasn't that happened yet?

    3 points
  • Posted to The Hidden Ways Urban Design Segregates The Poor, Aug 12, 2014

    This is a great introduction to the subject of interdictory design. I'm fascinated by urban planning and policy, and would love to do more research in this area in particular. Does anyone else have personally recommended resources they would be willing to share?

    1 point
  • Posted to Designing a timeless smart watch , Mar 07, 2014

    I don't wear time pieces as much as I did when I was younger, and I'm extremely picky about what I put on my wrist, however this watch struck me with its simple approach to the complex problem of delivering rich information to a small screen on your wrist.

    What I appreciate about this concept is its balanced nature. The information display is unobtrusive, and even when there are notifications on "screen" you can still see what time it is. At the same time, the display is information rich without being overwhelming (with the map view being perhaps the only exception).

    1 point
  • Posted to "An Idea for a Smartwatch" by Gabor Balogh, Mar 07, 2014

    I don't wear time pieces as much as I did when I was younger, and I'm extremely picky about what I put on my wrist, however this watch struck me with its simple approach to the complex problem of delivering rich information to a small screen on your wrist.

    What I appreciate about this concept is its balanced nature. The information display is unobtrusive, and even when there are notifications on "screen" you can still see what time it is. At the same time, the display is information rich without being overwhelming (with the map view being perhaps the only exception).

    What do you think? Would you wear this?

    EDIT: Oops. I should have checked Recent before posting. Feel free to delete. --

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Feed, Jan 11, 2014

    Fun idea. I noticed the same problem Kenneth did. Also, it seems that the further I scroll down the page, the less content I am able to see, until everything completely disappears.

    0 points
  • Posted to Want to design a logo? They won't pay you. You pay them!, in reply to Nelson M. , Dec 23, 2013

    Why? Why is this so unacceptable?

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  • Posted to Want to design a logo? They won't pay you. You pay them!, Dec 23, 2013

    I am struck by the level of negativity and entitlement in this thread. What happened to contests being a fun way to express yourself as a creative, while also allowing you to get to know your fellow designers (not to mention doing something nice for a worthy cause)?

    I know, I know spec work is terrible and should be avoided at all costs, but seriously: What happened to having fun?

    As professionals, we are supposed to respect our craft and its value by asking those for whom we perform our service to pay us respectable wages, but I ask you: What happened to having fun?

    Ask not what AIA can do for you, instead ask what you can do for AIA!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Has anyone integrated Mavericks finder tags into their workflow?, Dec 20, 2013

    I use them as a combination of active status (Green = Go, Yellow = In Development, Red = Needs Review) and my most commonly used file types (Blue = Photoshop, Orange = Illustrator, Violet = InDesign, Grey = After Effects). I use the custom tags to compliment my color system, and they usually take the names of the various projects I've worked on, or am currently working.

    I tend to rely on a well-organized folder structure more than the tags, but they do come in handy when I need to pull up a specific file quickly.

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  • Posted to What's that quote about design being invisible?, Dec 17, 2013

    I think I speak for most of us here when I say: "Ugh."

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