So this is what I've been working on for the last little while... I'm really happy with the way it's turned out... Using a lot of CSS3 to progressively enhance the experience for those with more modern browsers, and of course, identical functionality for those older browsers.
Anyways, if you're keen, check it out (and the demo too)!
over 2 years ago
I've seen this yesterday, and looks awesome @Jesse. nice animation & nice design! :)
It's slick, simple and gets the message across. Well done!
Jesse, this is insane. I'm seriously drooling. Well, not really, but you get the point. :)
Jesse, this looks absolutely awesome. The animation is sweet and you did a great job with the pin objects, they look great, the map looks great. Congrats!
Great work. Super slick. Love the Try Demo/Sign Up button animation.
Digging the use of Kulturista for "Worldview"!
Fantastic work and just another reason why I'm hooked on CampaignMonitor!
Wow it's beautiful. Great work as always, Jesse!
Clicked the ad yesterday because it was beautiful, was blown away by the site. Fantastic work.
You know I love it. :D Looks/works great!
Great work Jesse :) Nicely done.
Worldview demo suggests nothing happens outside of North America!!!? :P
Great work man!
this is quite possibly the best visualization of a world map i've ever seen. well done!
Amazing. I've been wanting to try something almost exactly like this for a few weeks and could not dream up how to pull it off.
This is perfect. So impressed!
by Daniel O'Prey
So I loved the Worldview site by @Jesse and was inspired for a project I am currently working on. Now, where's the line for something like this?
I don't currently intend to use this for a project, just wondering what other's thoughts are on what counts as "crossing the line".
I suspect this does, since it's folded in to 4 pieces and in a very similar way. What do you think? It's especially hard when it comes to maps. If I gave it more folds does that differentiate it enough? Is it how it's used?
over 2 years ago
P.S. the zoom control on the map demo is fantastic.
Dude, @jessedodds - are you even serious? This owns my face off.
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