We working hard to finish our new website. Everything will be done next week. Stay tuned :-)
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6 months ago
are those fade in thumbnails done in css? how? :O
This is beautiful, congrats on your new site :)
I like it, great animation! I'm wondering if the 'next previous project' buttons aren't to small to tap and if the body text is readable enough. It seems rather small. Also, I'm curious if you didn't align the titles on purpose with the content (left side), would love to hear why. :) But again, amazing color usage and looking forward to see it live!
Love it! I really want to see the real deal soon!
that looks amazing as always. Love the UI as well. I could really use your feedback as well on my mobile designs.
Great job? I'm curious about which software did you use to do the animation?
Boy oo ! Boy oo ! Can't wait to see it online :)
Great use of color and font. Can't wait to see the live site.
Looking really clean and minimal.
Zoinks! Gorgeous. I'm wondering the same as @Ver0nica -- how did you create the animation?
Looking forward to see this online. Great work!
Sick. Subtle, but so sick.
Concerns about the menu/next/back button UX, but it's visually well executed. Also somewhat strange that you've got repeating titles.
@Ver0nica @Ross Popoff-Walker Thanks :-) I used After Effect then photoshop
@Kim Wouters Thanks for your feedback. I tested many size for this icon and this seem great on my phone.
@Patryk Sobczak Here's how you do it in CSS: http://jsfiddle.net/UtnHS/487/
Though I only did a fade, you could add CSS transforms [ like translateX(), transformY(), and scale() ] to create the same effect that @Agence Me (via Barthélémy Chalvet)
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