As part of our ongoing process to make the user experience cleaner and more intuitive, we've launched a new set of username symbols designed to help easily identify deviant-types.
At a glance, the new symbols are quickly recognizable. When hovering over a username symbol, a tooltip appears, providing a brief explanation of that user's deviant-type. If clicked, a modal appears, giving a brief explanation for each username symbol, with "Learn more" links that lead to more detailed explanations.
A word from Heidi:
Over the years, a few things have come to seem like deviantART mainstays. Deviant green, intricate art categori
I have seen a lot of people doing it, and you have, too. So what do I do? I fall into peer pressure. I have just uploaded my new avatar and it will remain for at least a month. You can blame mattdanna (https://www.deviantart.com/mattdanna) for breaking your monitor
If you'd like to learn more about the experiment, read up here: http://estunt.deviantart.com/journal/39946268/ It is basically requesting that deviants upload a real image if themselves so we can make the community a more personable place!
The photo of me was taken after a cross country event where we had teams with special costumes and we had to run around town collecting pictures of certain items or doing specific