Shashwat Amin

Developer Joined about 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Snapfont v0.8.1 - Preview fonts on live websites, in reply to Manan Rana , Jun 03, 2020

    Thank you! Its actually all white now.

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  • Posted to Snapfont v0.8.1 - Preview fonts on live websites, May 30, 2020

    Hey guys, I'm working on Snapfont, a Chrome plugin that makes it easy to preview Google/local fonts on live websites.

    When testing fonts, it is hard to visualize how will it look like on a live website. So I made Snapfont via which you can swap fonts on any website and see how it renders.

    It matches font weights and styles so you don't need to do anything special. Currently, it supports local and Google fonts only although I'm working on a upload-your-own-font feature too.

    This is the v0.8.1 release bringing heaps of bugfixes, UI improvements and a new list UI.

    Let me know what do you guys think?

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  • Posted to Snapfont - Now at version 0.7.1, Apr 18, 2020

    Hi everyone, I developed Snapfont to make previewing fonts on live websites easier.

    Now at version 0.7.1 we have added heaps of new features: - Added a dedicated font preview page - Export selection as CSS and HTML - Filter font list by type and language support.

    Let me know how you like it.

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  • Posted to Snapfont - Preview fonts on live websites, in reply to Andres Seno , Mar 03, 2020

    Thank you so much! Let me know if you have any suggestions.

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  • Posted to Snapfont - Preview fonts on live websites, Mar 02, 2020

    Hey guys, I'm working on Snapfont, a Chrome plugin that makes it easy to preview fonts on live websites.

    When testing fonts, it is hard to visualize how will it look like on a live website. So I made Snapfont via which you can swap fonts on any website and see how it renders.

    It matches font weights and styles so you don't need to do anything special. Currently, it supports local and Google fonts only although I'm working on integrating fontsquirrel too.

    It is free but you can pay for however much you deem its worth. If you get a license key right now, it will still be usable after the beta too.

    Let me know what do you guys think?

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Testing different fonts on a live website, in reply to Stefan I. , Oct 30, 2019

    Looks useful!

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  • Posted to Examples of websites that use stock photos well?, in reply to Dima Gamajunov , Aug 13, 2019

    Lolz

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  • Posted to redditwallpapers | A list of easily downloadable wallpapers from reddit's subreddit communities, Aug 13, 2019

    Hey folks I made this sideproject a few moons ago just to dip my toes in nuxtjs and other fancy ssr technologies. Over time, I've overhauled the branding, design and functionality.

    The site is kinda in beta and I'm still making changes to it. Would be great if some of you fine folks could drop by and comment on the design, UI/UX, etc.

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  • Posted to Px to rem: A Chrome extension for frontend developers to convert pixel units to rem, Jul 07, 2018

    Hey folks I made this Chrome extension some time ago for quickly converting px units to rem. Lemme know if you have any feedback for me.

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  • Posted to Our symbols guidelines in Sketch: Move fast and don't break things, in reply to Jonathan Kelley , Apr 28, 2018

    Check the console.log They really love their logo

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