ShortStack is a low contrast semi-geometric typeface inspired by childish composed letters. It is sturdy, and transparent but also whimsical and fun, and works well from moderate text sizes into larger screen sizes.
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It is possible to use them freely in your products & jobs – digital or print, commercial or otherwise. But you can’t market the fonts by themselves.
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ShortStack Pricing Summary
ShortStack pricing begins at $99.00 a month. There is a totally free version. ShortStack offers a free trial. See additional pricing details below.
|Starting Price||$99.00/month Annual Plus are available a discount rate|
|Free Trial||Yes, Get a free Trail|
|Deployment||In Person||Live Online||Webinars||Documentation|
|Awards Management Blind Judging Entrant Management Entry Fee Processing Entry Management Forms Management Fraud Detection Judging Management Scoring Skills Contest (Photo, Easy, Design, etc.) Social Media Management Social Promoting Sweepstakes Timeline Management Voting Management|
Advantage and Disadvantage
|ShortStack makes it really easy for a man like me without a coding or design background to manage social networking competitions almost 100% by myself. Designing, launch, measuring and monitoring the competitions and their results was really simple due to the stage’s intuitive workflow.||After a few years of using this particular software, the programmer and I started to reach the limits of its capabilities. Part of what makes it so valuable is the way plug-and-play some otherwise complex design/programming features. But that templated frame has its own limits, keeping you away from understanding fully customized ideas outside that frame.|
A final thought
The essence of short-stacked play is a solid understanding of push-fold poker. For many people this is still something they’re working on. But for others, if you have a good understanding of what’s profitable and what’s not, there are times when using alternative strategies can help you turn marginally profitable spots into very profitable ones, and lower the variance in your game in the process.
Try new things, test out your options in each spot, and you might learn a lot.