K so i finished the design for my new site. gonna be simple. 1 page.
I LOVE how it turned out :)
Also.. i wish i could show you a quick video of what it looks like... but sadly Screeny isn't done yet. Otherwise i'd have to record the whole desktop.. which is huge.. so it would be a big file and long download.
This also gave me an idea for a rad new web app. If you are a SOLID dev and wanna build out a new web service with me.. hit me up via email or twitter :)
peace out hendersons!
over 2 years ago
wow that looks crisp. great job.
that's beautiful !
B-T-DUBS .. that "impressed line" in the background is a fraking scrollbar :)
Amazing work! Looking forward to see it live!
"SOLID dev" as in backend dev, right? (Also, Ruby/Python/PHP?)
Ya, back-end .. Node dev would be best, but php is good too :)
You are killing us ! Show more :)
Dude, +1 for use of frackin. Is that a short link in there with a lightning bolt?! Are you really that awesome?!
Great work Drew! Keep it up!
@Trevor .. yep it is a bolt. Unicode domain name (called punycode) :) I've had it for a year.. and have been wanting to re-design for that long so i could make use of the bolt domain name for shortening URLs.
so now i just gotta dev this thing out and get er done.
yum yum yum. Looks great Drew.
This is beautiful, Drew. When can we see it in action? ;)
I really love the slight transparency on the bottom part.
So hot, can't wait.
This looks epic! Can't wait to try out the app. I've had a few instances just this week where it could of been handy.
why not just record it with Screenr sorry if this is a ring ring
Great execution Drew. Subtle noise, shade, transparency and gradients made the elements looks smooth. I dig the purplish grey color as well.
the design makes me curious, it looks awesome
Can't wait to see the site.
Looks really slick! great play with the transparencies ;)
about 2 years ago
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