Super excited to finally show some of the stuff I've been working on since joining Addy earlier this year. Addy provides a simple way to turn any location into a custom URL.
The screenshots don't really do it justice, so check out the live site for some nifty animations and other tricks: https://addy.co (also check out the business page)
And feel free to grab your own addy before it's taken!
7 months ago
We just got the launch email, everything looks super. Great job @Bill Labus !
This is beautiful man. Glad to see your style hasn't been compromised in the last year - don't ever change!
One thing I'd love to see is larger text for the hero copy. It seems a little unbalanced next to the map. Some large, left-aligned and thin typography would look awesome there I think.
Perfect :) Looks so nice!
Gorgeous. And thank god the style is consistent throughout the site. Only thing I'd say is the animations for the content(below the hero) on the homepage are outrageously slow. So much so that if I wasn't interested in the project from your intro here I would just click straight away. Looks exciting though!
@Zander Brade Yeah, we've internally been debating the speed of the animations- the complexity of them presents a bit of a challenge, as showing them too quickly could be disconcerting since there's so much happening, but as you said they also can't take so long that they bore the viewer. I think we're leaning towards speeding them up a bit. Thanks for the feedback!
The animation for analytics is incredible. Just love this site.
@Bill Labus Sweet. I mean they look and work perfectly, just a little bit long.
Amazing!!! Love the soft colors soooo much!
by Bill Labus
I recently went through our new(ish) site design and did some tidying up, as well as took the opportunity to add some more contrast to the overall aesthetic of the pages, which I think helps the information hierarchy. Check out all the new pages here: http://addy.co and let me know what you think.
5 months ago
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