Skyler Hughes

Oregon / Australia Product Designer Joined over 2 years ago

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  • Posted to Redesigned my portfolio, feedback appreciated., Jul 18, 2018

    Really well done! The only thing I can think of and forgive me if Im not seeing it, but a photo of yourself? Might personalise it a bit more IMO. Something I am working on for my portfolio as well. Cheers!

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  • Posted to Do you use website builders for your porfilio?, in reply to Toms Rīts , Jul 12, 2018

    Having full control of your portfolio or website IMO is the best way to go. Nothing beats writing your own code. It can be time consuming but so can learning the drag and drop tools. At the end of the day I think it is whatever works best for you.

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  • Posted to Side Project - Photo Portfolio, in reply to Corey Ginnivan , Jul 12, 2018

    Thanks for the inspo mate!

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  • Posted to Side Project - Photo Portfolio, in reply to Artem Artemov , Jul 12, 2018

    Thanks Artem! Not at the moment, just static. I plan on running it on jekyll or middleman. I have my portfolio on Kirby which I really like.

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  • Posted to Side Project - Photo Portfolio, in reply to Ken Em , Jul 10, 2018

    Thanks! Yeah maybe I will look at that. I removed from some areas. What do you prefer no animations at all or?

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  • Posted to Side Project - Photo Portfolio, in reply to Alexander Radsby , Jul 10, 2018

    Thanks! Appreciate that, something I am try to work on for sure. I’ve already compressed the images as much as I think I can. Trying to get it on a CDN right now.

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  • Posted to Side Project - Photo Portfolio, Jul 09, 2018

    Over the past month or so I've been working on a fun little project. What originally started as learning CSS Grid quickly turned into a new portfolio site. Any feedback would be appreciated!

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  • Posted to How do you accept client payments as freelance?, Dec 18, 2017

    Waveapp...Tried a few others but keep coming back. I haven't been as keen on it since they switched from Stripe.

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  • Posted to Any idea for a VERY simple time-tracker, in reply to Steve Orchosky , Sep 19, 2017

    I've been using toggl for a few years. Helps me stay on task and manage my hours. Also is nice to keep track of estimating future projects. +1

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