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  1. Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm

    A portion of a blog template I designed for a client based on a photo I took a while back. I don't think the template was ever used.

    over 4 years ago

  2. Dan Mall Dan Mall

    Beautiful. I'm a sucker for the "thick & thin rules" combo.

    over 4 years ago

  3. Cameron Moll Cameron Moll

    The title of this dribbble led me to believe this was the SimpleBits equivalent of the Fale Whale at first.

    BTW, got my copy of Handcrafted CSS in the mail yesterday. Looking forward to reading.

    over 4 years ago

  4. Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm

    @Dan: Me too, sir! And they've always looked great on your site :)

    @Cameron: Ha! A Fail Whale of a different sort. I'm hoping Dribbble starts collecting finished designs that never saw the light of day. We need a catchy tag for that.

    Huzzah, re: HCSS! Hope you enjoy it (although doubtful there's much 'new' in there for you ;)

    over 4 years ago

  5. Dan Mall Dan Mall

    I'm hoping Dribbble starts collecting finished designs that never saw the light of day. We need a catchy tag for that.

    I know I commented earlier to you about where the basketball metaphor feels forced, but this might be a good place where it can be integrated.

    How about "free throw", "out of bounds", "illegal defense", "extra point", "goaltend", or—my personal favorite—"blocked shot"/"rejection"/"BLK"?

    over 4 years ago

  6. Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm

    Oh, I love the "shot blocking" metaphor :D Actually all of those are good. "goaltend" works as a nice, one-word tag.

    over 4 years ago

  7. Naz Hamid Naz Hamid

    Hear, hear Dans! I like "shotblocked."

    over 4 years ago

  8. Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm

    @Naz, I think you've nailed it. "shotblocked" it is.

    over 4 years ago

  9. Dan Mall Dan Mall

    "Shotblocked!" Awesome! Changing all my other tags now.

    over 4 years ago

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