Hello! I am a graphic designer/artist from Cleveland, OH. I wanted to share a social networking art event that I started a week ago on Facebook. It is called Season of the Skulls. What it basically entails is you post on the page what you would like a particular
skull to look like, then I will draw, photograph it and repost it on the page with your name tagged on it. The only thing I ask in return is to post your skull as you profile pic on Halloween. It is just something fun to do for me, and also a great opportunity
to receive ideas from other fellow artists and designers!! So, if you are interested, please check it out on Facebook!
Does anyone ever come on these boards?
wondering if any freelance/contract graphics people have any professional proofers/editors they can recommend. don't need someone to write copy, just to proof for typos, grammar and clarity.
Rumor has it, that AIGA members are not happy with their current discussion board options. I had a hard time finding this conversation baord and I was wondering what everyone on this site thought.
Yes, very hard to find indeed, and in fact I had this page bookmarked because at one point I thought I would never figure out how to find it. There’s no consistency with regards to where the link to this board is on any given page. And the link doesn’t shout
“this is a discussion board.”
I feel this is part of a larger problem, that of general strangeness in this site’s navigation. A lot of things are rather kind of hard to find.
It definately does not have good function.
agreed!! discussion boards are so easy to set up at this point, why hasn't something better been put into place?
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