Updated http://teaapp.com website. Added features etc. Still might change it up a bit. Did the photography/design/slicing/code in one night so let me know if there are specific improvements you would like to see. The old site is still at http://teaapp.com/old/
The background of this one just seems really yellowish. Might make more sense to take the photo/design from the old one and integrate that into this new format/layout? Thoughts?
about 3 years ago
Looks great! Nice work.
It looks really good, but I'm not sure about the hand .. it scares me a bit :)
Style is different from other iPhone web applications ... I like it!
@Tomas, I just want you to know that that is my hand in the picture and I am crying right now :(
I really like this. Like Miquel said, different from other app pages. It's bold!
How about adding "next" and "previous" imagine viewing features instead of having to close the image and then click on the other?
@Danny Good idea! Yeah I'm not super happy with the current navigation of the screenshots.
Looks good. One thing would be to add a margin at the bottom of the page, as when you scroll down the last box, is touching the end of the page?
@Thomas, what resolution are you on?
I agree, some added margin at the bottom would be good. I also just realized it is a Verizon iPhone. Nice.
Looks nice. The pushpoppress style is beautiful, but I really liked the tea you had sitting next to the iPhone in the original.
@Louis Yeah I think I am going to try a version like that.
Yeah on 1440x900 15" it only needs to scroll just a little bit. I'm not sure about the white drop shad on some of the text.
Looking good! Just a heads-up: The "Notify Me!" button is too tall in Firefox (3.6.13 on Windows).
Don't think it's a resolution issue. I'm looking at it on 2560 x 1440 and 1440 x 900. Obviously on 2560x1440 there is no need to scroll but if the window is small then again the margin becomes an issue.
Also, I agree @Louis about the old look being nice. The tea was a great touch.
i'm a sucker for scaling full-window background images. nicely done.
by Mac Tyler
Sat down 14 hours ago to start work on this and just finished all of the design and code. Everything is vector with a couple of textures here and there. I loved making the moleskin. Let me know what you think about it!
View the live site: http://www.teaapp.com
about 3 years ago
i still get the old site when i go to teaapp.com...?!
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