Something @Samuel-Dean came up with at the weekend, he noticed (and I agreed) that it's a long task to check out all of someone's shots on their page, so instead of 'next page, next page, next page' ect, this I think is the easiest and best way to view all, including search (only that person, by tags, names ect) and change thumbnail size too and of course hover to see stats.
5 months ago
this would be a nice feature, even though you can see a player's shots when you go to there profile, as you said it can take a while browsing all of the shots and to have it styled differently to show everything would be pretty cool.
nice concept :)
@Haydn Woods awesome job dude...was great to get the vision over to you. You smashed it, looks great!
This is an amazing idea Haydn!
Hope this shot will reach the dribbble HQ.
@Dominik Martin We do too! :)
I was pondering the other day if thumbnails should be resizable. Would be a nice touch.
by Eli Schiff
Each time I open up dribbble, I am barraged with an array of shots to salivate over. I find that my first instinct is to open them all up in tabs so that they're loaded and more readily viewable. After a certain point though, my browser starts to get bogged down. I figured there must be a better way to deal with viewing many shots without crashing the browser.
My solution is Dribbble Queue. It came to mind one day while I was taking a shower. The concept allows players to easily queue up shots in sequence for simple viewing, with drag and drop functionality, or an alternative click-to-add function. It also allows for the fast creation of moodboard collections, integrated with buckets, allowing players to do visual research for their projects. Once the player has collected the shots they'd like to see, they can enter the gallery view to get a better look.
Feedback is appreciated!
5 months ago
Love it! @Dribbble
by Michael Shanks
after seeing @Haydn Woods shot it got me thinking of something that i have been looking for as a built in feature to dribbble.
I know that many people have built little chrome extensions to have this ability but having it built in and available seems like a good thing to have.
i took the concept of viewing all shots and added another button which allowed you to view all the followers of that players profile. similar to the original when you hover the players name and following check appear which will not only give you a visual indicator if you are following this player but allow you to click it and follow them.
real pixels attached, all i've done is change some text and images but kept Haydn's original shot there so i can't take any credit for that :)
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