working on a new UI for photoshopetiquette.com, which will be more responsive and include more ways to be "mindful."
about 2 years ago
Nice typography! Although the 'Photoshop etiquette' and 'web designers' font looks a bit confused. Some letters look like they're uppercase and other's lowercase (e, u and n). Looking forward to seeing the new UI.
Also, just a note, on your website the button still has a little hyphen visible. You can hide it if you give #btn a big text-indent.
Thanks Jonathan. My intention with Cyclone's upper/lower was to emphasize "Manifesto" by keeping it all upper, and inline. Certainly a good point you raise.
I hope to launch the site edits soon. Thanks for the tip about the button!
Nice work - I agree with Jonathan here - the Manifesto looks gorgeous but the photoshop et and web designers needs a change, imo.
Yes, I think the text would still look good in all caps because it's smaller, the inline would still stand out. Or even in lowercase, it just seems like some of the letters are uppercase and others lowercase, but maybe that's just the font.
Either way, it looks great. Nice work!
http://photoshopetiquette.com - Dan, you did a great job! Did you view it in Opera? It messes up the typos (by replacing them with other fonts)...
Just updated Opera - everything is fine! :)
thanks Zoltan! Yep, Opera should be good. IE... not so much (nor is it ever).
Dan, for which browsers is optimized?
I really like the texture over the grid it gives it a wonderful appeal.
@Zoltan I'm only supporting modern browsers: Safari, FF, Chrome, Opera. My target audience is the web community/teams. Extremely little IE traffic.
Also, in v2 of the site, I'll have fixed some minor bugs.
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