31 Mar '14, 5pm

This seems like a good idea. Dropbox + Git = something for designers? Any other solution to tackle such problems?

One of the thornier problems in our workflow is knowing when assets are delivered from the designer and keeping them in sync with our application as they change. We used to use e-mail, Skype or sticky notes. The trouble is that the designer’s file naming and directory structure were never quite the same as the application’s /public/images directory, so direct comparisons were impossible and we ended with a lot bookkeeping to make sure that we didn’t lose any changes. Our solution is to clone the project’s git repository into a folder inside a shared Dropbox folder. Dropbox is cheap, if not free, available on all platforms, and synchronizes easily across most network connections. git is, well, awesome version control. We already had a Dropbox account set up for the project, and all team members had accepted invitations to join the share. We then made a git clone of our appl...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/dropbox-git-designer-3/

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rubygems.org 30 Mar '14, 8pm

Takes a snapshot with your webcam every time you git commit code, and archives a lolcat style image with it.

Show Your thing with a Designer Handbag

pinteresthandbag.com 31 Mar '14, 9am

Women often have a loyalty into a certain brand. Women will simply buy a handbag produced by Coach or Gucci since they are...