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James Lane

James Lane

Community Staff United Kingdom UI Designer [Moderator] Joined almost 4 years ago

  • 24 stories
  • 308 comments
  • 127 upvotes
  • Posted to Google has removed the 'view image' button from search results, Feb 16, 2018

    All part of the Getty Images settlement. Easy enough... right click > open image in new tab

    10 points
  • Posted to Convert PDF to layered PSD, in reply to Ivan Kutskir , Feb 13, 2018

    https://youtu.be/-dlZXQPfARA

    0 points
  • Posted to Convert PDF to layered PSD, Feb 12, 2018

    Holy shit! I've seen a few of these convert PDF to PSD's in my time and they are all naff. This is actually impressive! Agree with Marcel on the UI - but I'd be careful, you never know if Adobe have somehow copyrighted the icons and general layout?

    Even this comment sounds like spam it's that good!

    Ivan - small bug I noticed in latest Chrome on latest OS High Sierra Mac: If you use 'cmd' + '-' to zoom out, keep hold of 'cmd' the do 'cmd' + '+' to zoom in, it will continue to zoom out.

    1 point
  • Posted to Heads-up new Chrome CSS bug makes your text dissapear, Feb 09, 2018

    Do you have a snippet of your code to show us? I.e. A Codepen of it?

    0 points
  • Posted to 6 Tips for Designing Progressive Web Apps, Feb 05, 2018

    Hi Brian,

    Please stick to the community guidelines. You are at risk of being banned due to: Excessive self-promotion, including posting to the same URL multiple times in a given timeframe or exclusively to the same domain.

    If you wish to advertise your site, by all means do so using the 'advertising' section. Alternatively, just mix it up and bit and maybe post some stories that aren't just to fluidui.com

    I'd also recommend giving the guidelines a quick read.

    3 points
  • Posted to Getting promoted to a senior leadership position. , in reply to Matt Hollis , Feb 01, 2018

    Whilst I agree that the title is just a name, it's another name that can look great on a CV for the future and shows how you can develop throughout a company.

    An issue I've come across in the past is growing your existing job title to more than it was ever intended to be, by doing more than the job spec originally asked of you.

    So the argument could be said that the OP may have already grown his existing role to something bigger - therefore the promotion is effectively what the OP may have been doing for a while now whilst still using the old outgrown job title.

    2 points
  • Posted to Learn CSS Grid – Wes Bos' new (free) course is out, Jan 19, 2018

    Big fan of Wes Bos' videos. Would also recommend javascript30.com for anybody looking to learn Vanilla JS

    0 points
  • Posted to Has Apple Lost Its Design Mojo?, in reply to Pete Sadler , Jan 05, 2018

    Yeah, didn't they steal it from xerox?

    0 points
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