Be nice. Or else.
UI/UX in Dallas, TX Joined over 2 years ago
Cool. I guess it makes more sense if your involvement in each is relatively level.
I don't quite understand the hierarchy of the child companies. It's my understanding that some of these are wholly-owned subsidiaries, some are investments, and some of these are just equity exchanged for design, right?
Maybe if they're from Dallas, but not really. Clicking it takes you to their website
About 4 months ago, I asked DN for some feedback about my portfolio. Since then, I've simplified the design, added some animation, stopped auto-loading the Facebook SDK, and added some new work.
The site still features a fun, custom-built, flexbox portfolio that falls back gracefully to a no-js version; a nifty FB-Messenger-powered chat widget, and a print stylesheet for my resume that makes printing to a PDF super easy.
ahh, I clicked on a couple and missed the video ones.
Reading the title, I was very impressed. Discovering that it's stop-motion, while still impressive, is a bit of let down after getting my expectations up.
I'd call that a "tooltip arrow"
Looks great! Product demo idea for Plasso: Start selling Jason's Plaink desks so the rest of us don't have to make our own ;D
Since TheNounProject lets users download vector icons for free (with a Creative Commons Attribution license), it's not really a viable business for selling icons. I made the icons for personal use and decided to see if I could make any money off people that could pay to use it without attribution. I've only earned about $30 from TheNounProject, 75% of that in the last 3 months when I uploaded a set of 18 icons.