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Discussion of typography definitely seems on-topic. Being lazy and asking people to figure out a font name for them? Well, I guess it's still related. But there are very dedicated sites out there for …
answered May 12 '11 by DA01
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The stack* sites are becoming increasingly fragmented into minute sub-topics and, alas, I see no way around the overlap that's going to occur on many of these sites. A CSS question could be applicable …
answered Feb 14 '11 by DA01
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Specific legal questions should of course be answered by specific lawyers with access to the specific details of the poster's situation. That said, I'd argue general questions about law-related aspec …
answered Nov 2 '15 by DA01
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There's a lot of overlap between UX.se and GD.se when it comes to UI design topics. I'd suggest you ask the question, and then, worse case, it gets migrated to the other area if deemed more applicable …
answered Dec 7 '15 by DA01
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Graphic Design is always a part of the User Experience. Graphic Designers are often User Experience and Interaction Designers. Interaction Design has to integrate well with the Graphic Design. But …
answered May 20 '14 by DA01
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They're occasionally fun "ooh...a puzzle...I get to go figure out a font" but I don't think they actually improve this place. Some things to note about 'what font is this?' questions: they're usual …
answered Jan 8 '15 by DA01