FILMCATCH is an online library for your DVD and Blue Ray collection. Easily browse your collection in an endless scrolling list. Standing in front of your media center trying to figure out what movie to watch is so 2009 when you can have a personal online catalog.
5 months ago
Nice type match, Kevin. Looks great. Final?
Yeah, nice type match. Good work buddy!
Thanks you guys. @Sean Heisler Yeah, this is the final. Shoot, meant to add that in the description.
I like the app-y treatment on the final. Really tasteful. Looking forward to seeing their new site, too.
So good! Love the simplicity and negative space! Superb.
Came out great
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@Dylan Mullins Thanks, dude. I'll send you a link as soon as it launches. Getting close.
@Justin Garand Thanks! Really appreciate it.
@Mateusz Nieckarz Thanks!
@Shane Helm Thanks so much, man.
@Zach Roszczewski Thank-you!
Great work man!!
this came out excellent, kev. so i'm a little confused how this system works...most dvds don't (or never did) come with a digital download. how would you be able to stream say an 80's classic such as 'beetlejuice'? does 'filmcatch' work a little like itunes match but for movies?
Came out great, Kevin. Strong stuff, bud.
Congrats Kev :)
@Alan Oronoz Thanks, man!
@Colin Tierney Thanks, Colin! Think of it more as a visual catalog for the movie titles you have in your home collection. Kind of like a virtual shelf so you can browse through your collection and decide what you want to watch that evening. You can also create a wishlist of all those movies you can’t wait to buy. On your next birthday you can send a passive-aggressive email to your family with this convenient list. And my favorite feature, Filmcatch will help you to easily remember the movies you lend out to your friends. They'll even email you reminders because they know how easy it is to forget who you lent it to.
@Mike Bruner Thanks, dude!
@Gareth Hardy Appreciate it, bud! :-)
pretty cool. thanks for clearing that up!
looks great, Typography is a nice choice, this low crossbar "A" and pointed "M" are adding a classic movie feel to it :)
@Colin Tierney Cheers, dude!
@Alexander Wende Thanks, man! Exactly what I was going for. Good to know that's coming through. :-)
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