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Christian L.
Design-oriented Developer.
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Myles Palmer 11h
Today is stepping out into the world. If you have any friends that need digital design work, have them say hello to the gang 👋
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Christian L. Nov 29
Replying to @marckremers
Another interesting aspect is companies selling websites often don‘t have real (whatever that means) websites themselves, sometimes due to limited resources but more often I feel they‘re understanding it‘s not necessarily needed or even serves as a statement.
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Christian L. Nov 29
Replying to @marckremers
This is a great thread and I am thinking about this myself quite a bit. Initially almost always the argument of *owning* content came up, but I feel most content is *remixed* anyway.
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Christian L. Nov 26
Inspiring thread.
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Mike Nov 26
Looking for a freelance Project Manager, Client Director etc for projects in the new year. Working with and I.
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Christian L. Nov 26
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Christian L. Nov 25
Replying to @derlukasg
wow, that animation is sooo good
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Christian L. Nov 25
"Thanks for signing up to our newsletter." Well... I never did.
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Christian L. Nov 24
Replying to @justin_schueler
musste erst nachsehen, sind knapp 8.000, läuft damit noch relativ flüssig.
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Christian L. Nov 24
Replying to @justin_schueler
😂
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Christian L. Nov 24
Replying to @justin_schueler
right font, bei v4 hängengeblieben, da es eher schlechter wurde. fontbase fand ich eine gute alternative...
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Christian L. Nov 22
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Christian L. Nov 22
The new locale "feature" in Next.js 10 is just sooo good, makes a multi language setup so quick.
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Christian L. Nov 21
I'd love to have a course(?) on this. It's one thing to have an understanding of semantic html. It's a totally different thing when working in production and being forced to iterate last minute or being faced with very complex layouts. This makes it hard to follow best practices.
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Christian L. Nov 19
I actually like fleets and I like the format. What I don‘t like (in every app) though is how they are integrated. It‘s already _hard_ to follow up with your normal feed.
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Christian L. Nov 19
Using for the first time and it's amazing how clear one can arrange complex modules.
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Christian L. Nov 18
Replying to @Madedigital
😂
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Christian L. Nov 16
Replying to @james_kirkup
Both cases make it extremely hard to (A) propose different solutions and (B) adjust the quote after seeing the requirements (the truth is as a developer you often don't know the design when quoting) which ends up getting both the agency and the developer into trouble.
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Christian L. Nov 16
Replying to @james_kirkup
I've had complex projects where agencies were like "we told the client the build will be around $", while it's actually $$$. Or agencies had a rough estimate and went crazy with ideas and showing it to the client without talking to the developer.
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