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Is there a chat box for us, the designers?

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#1 renmaryutoc

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 09:50 PM

Is there a chat box that we can use to chat with our co-designers? I mean, we should have a little chit-chat sometimes to make the environment more friendly. :)

#2 like an angel

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Posted 01 September 2014 - 04:11 PM

First of all, welcome to design contest :)

For your question. No, at least not for now..the only live chat is between designers/clients and admims to discuss problems or whatever they need.
There's the "hangout" forum for everyone to talk about whatever they like and meet each other.

Hope you have a friendly experience in DC, it is a great place with great people.

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#3 rosanera

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Posted 02 September 2014 - 02:35 AM

sometimes I also thought that I would be a good idea to communicate quickly with another designer.
And maybe have the opportunity to collaborate on a project. But probably is not easy.

Indeed, the forum is a good means of communication, although I find it a bit confusing. With the fact that you must be active in the forum, many people simply write "thank you" "ok" "you're right" and you have to scroll through too many pages to follow the conversation or to find somenting. (Probably the search don't work well with me :p)

#4 renmaryutoc

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Posted 02 September 2014 - 07:38 PM

Thank you for the reply, Like an Angel.

And yeah, the forum have a good way of it's own to communicate with the designers.

Well so far, the site and the designers are all welcoming. I'm having a great time here!

Thanks again!

#5 renmaryutoc

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Posted 02 September 2014 - 07:45 PM

sometimes I also thought that I would be a good idea to communicate quickly with another designer.
And maybe have the opportunity to collaborate on a project. But probably is not easy.

Indeed, the forum is a good means of communication, although I find it a bit confusing. With the fact that you must be active in the forum, many people simply write "thank you" "ok" "you're right" and you have to scroll through too many pages to follow the conversation or to find somenting. (Probably the search don't work well with me :p)


Hahaha.
I've also encountered that stuffs almost everytime.
They want to satisfy the forum/level requirements.

Anyways, it is also a way of interaction between the designers.

Thank you, too!

#6 Evchaves

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Posted 21 April 2022 - 02:53 PM

Is there a chat box that we can use to chat with our co-designers? I mean, we should have a little chit-chat sometimes to make the environment more friendly. :)

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#7 sharie

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Posted 25 April 2022 - 06:03 PM

It's relevant for me now

I guess it would be irrelevant from a post dated back in 2014


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