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Portland, OR UX, IxD, FED @ Bright.md Joined almost 5 years ago Nathan has invited Kari Fournier
Hi Guilherme, that's great, thank you! :)
On a related note... of designers with personal online stores, what are some of the services/platforms you suggest to get started? Are you putting your items for sale on a re-themed 'CafePress' store for example.
I've made a few designs and have sold them on CafePress with some success, but I'm interested in other options. Thanks
A toggle to include the class along with the properties/values when copied, i.e., the entire selector.
If possible to do the above, maybe include also parent, sibling, inherited, etc. styles that also affect the selected element's appearance.
For pre-processors, include the location of the selected style in the source files; source maps I believe.
You're welcome and I look forward to future updates. Thanks
I use Chrome Dev Tools often. No longer do I have to scroll the lists of element and computed styles. This is a big time-saver for me. Thank you.
I'm curious, what type of music does your friend produce?
I can only speak as a fan of that genre, but nearly every day SoundCloud is like Christmas to me. Producers release lots of 'in progress' (ID) tracks, and then follow it up with full-length previews. I really like the constant stream of new music from many of my favorite producers.
For lesser known artists, I'm sure it's unfortunately easy to get lost in a sea of noise.
As a designer, I love the player UI and real-time commenting. With the waveform as the 'slider' it serves both as a large and effective UI on mobile - much better than trying to move the dot on the Spotify player for example. Additionally, having it begin in the center of the screen (on mobile), there's a generous amount of space to touch and drag it to a new section in the track.
The waveform also helps you remember, find, and go back to your favorite parts in a track or podcast (where I find it especially useful). I would love it if Spotify were to 'borrow' this design.
The time-based comment system is really appealing to. I enjoy seeing how people react to sections of tracks, specific sounds, and the community in general.
It would be a really sad day for me if SoundCloud ever has to close it's doors for good.
Those gave me an idea for a skee-ball volume 'game'. 100(%) would be the easiest, Mute would be the most difficult.
I like the US Air Force logo. However I don't like that font. I think a condensed font would look better here, imo.
In a similar position at a startup. I love that I own design, but I'd like someone to bounce ideas off of and collaborate with.
It is challenging, but in its own way rewarding. I won't do it again though, unless I'm working for myself.
Has anyone attended, or planning to attend, this festival? I'm going to be near there for LET IT ROLL. I think I might attend it for a couple days.
Hi, I'm curious, I've never heard of this format, what medium is it for?
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