Every time you use a shonky icon on the web, a kitten cries. Make sure all your icons align to that grid nicely!
about 1 year ago
Be nice to see them at 100% so we can see the real damage :)
It's the tiniest details that separates good from the bad ...
Amen. That is why most icons-as-a-font dont work.
@Dan Eden Good point. Unfortunately, I closed the document they were in without saving, but since I'm so nice, I rebuilt them for you.
Here's the preview: http://d.pr/Cnxy
And here's the PSD: http://d.pr/zbp4
Man! The difference is huge...
...that's what she said!
yea, that's what I am talking about!
That's why you always polish, polish, and then polish again. Nice informative shot.
…and that is why i love fireworks more than photoshop
@Ryan Devenish I really want to use Fireworks, but it's just such an ugly interface to work with. Hopefully, Sketch 2 will sort all this malarkey.
This is practice is called pixel hinting. http://methodandcraft.com/videos/pixel-hinting-vectors-in-photoshop
@Russell Ryan Great video. Good to know there's a word for my crazy pixel grid obsession.
Pro tip, like a boss.
Yes, please! TEH GRID!
FFFFF.... Hell Yeah!
I hate when someone send me a design to create a html from it, and all i can see is half pixels:(
Every time I hear grid this song gets in my head. Great tune to design to :p
@Adam Blair And every time I hear someone say Daft Punk, I assume they're talking about real musicians being daft.
by Adam Blair
Just for you Visual Idiot
about 1 year ago
Yeah seeing them 100% makes all the difference!
Pixel perfect vector shapes, tick this box… http://t.co/o0JPrzN6
@Rob Cornish ooh I'll have to try that one out!
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