Jeff Couturier

Jeff Couturier

Milwaukee Designer / Developer Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Which monitor do you have?, Jan 08, 2019

    I've used ViewSonics for years because they're reasonably priced, have excellent color and reliability. My current is a ViewSonic VA2855SMH 28" 1080p LED.

    2 points
  • Posted to How much does a website cost in 2019?, in reply to Rob Gill , Jan 07, 2019

    Yes, people get mad over basic compatibility and they're reasonable to do so. Even if Chrome is the better choice (that's merely a preference for you), the entire point of the web is that a visitor doesn't have to use one specific browser on one specific device. Any moderately competent designer/developer should always test on all major browsers.

    8 points
  • Posted to Slimvoice: Insanely simple invoicing., Jan 07, 2019

    It's pretty, but I'll stick with Harvest ( Harvest doesn't hide the product until you sign up, and they don't claim to be free while collecting 1% on payments.

    0 points
  • Posted to My website is now conversational. Because why not., Apr 25, 2016

    Rather broken on Firefox. Clicking the green button does nothing.

    1 point
  • Posted to Uber's Atomic Meltdown, in reply to Spencer Holtaway , Feb 16, 2016

    I am a bit surprised that the entire Uber design team didn't quit or revolt during this process.

    2 points
  • Posted to Why You Should Avoid Vibrating Color Combinations, in reply to Ethan Bond , Feb 01, 2016

    Color Oracle is another great app for OSX that helps you simulate various versions of color blindness.

    3 points
  • Posted to I just discovered Iconjar, Jan 14, 2016

    As one of my designers just said, "I just put my fist through my monitor." pencil

    0 points
  • Posted to Let's STOP the "Looks good" epidemic on Dribbble, in reply to Tony Jones , Jan 14, 2016

    Yes. It's completely unrealistic to expect constructive crits when one just throws a tiny screenshot without any context on dribbble. I'd also argue that asking hundreds of people for a crit is a recipe for failure. A real crit—a good crit—requires context and comes best from a very small group, not the masses. This is also why I've never viewed dribbble as a feedback/crit platform. Dribbble is a platform for showing off, for quick "look what I did" posts. It's right there in the header: "show and tell." It's not for solid constructive crits (although they can and do happen every now and then). So, should we really expect anything more than "nice job" from dribbble comments? I don't think so.

    4 points
  • Posted to The Past, Present & Future of Sketch, in reply to Emilio Coppola , Jan 13, 2016

    The Sketch team has every reason to be concerned. Just as Adobe has plenty of reason to be very worried about Sketch. While I don't like the idea of Adobe crushing Sketch, this market (design tools) is in sore need of more competition. Sketch undoubtedly made Adobe wake up to the realization that their current toolset was inadequate. And now that Adobe has taken this step with Comet, Sketch knows they need to step up their game as well. In the end, this is a very good thing for us as designers.

    0 points
  • Posted to The Past, Present & Future of Sketch, in reply to Rasmus Eriksson , Jan 13, 2016

    Yes. It sounds very much like observation from a filter bubble rather than looking at the design landscape as a whole.

    1 point
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