Adding Gedy's new icons to the design in progress. Fits like a glove.
Using opacity and CSS Transitions to handle lazy hover/focus treatments as well, of which this style icon works wonderfully.
about 3 years ago
This looks really great. I don't think it's lazy-web to go with opacity for hovers-- less image stuff to load & when I'm on my iPad checking out SimpleBits, I won't bother with any of that hover noise anyways.
Also, I'm loving RGBA for background/color changing stuff like this... looking forward to seeing the new site launch! I wonder who will go live first ;)
@Trent Excellent point re: touch and hover, and how that could be reason TO use opacity+transitions. I use "lazy" for solutions that are efficient ;-)
Also: race! :D
Looks great with her icons!
This looks awesome Dan. I'm lovin' the gray and totally agree with Trent on the hovers.
I wonder how it'd look to make "About" & other small headings all-caps?
Another big name moving to Tumblr?
well made and Gedy did a great great job on those icons!
The application of these look excellent. You can practically feel the texture. Nice job Dan (and Gedy)!
Nice dude. Your ball looks really good next to those other balls...... erm wait...
Nice work, Gedy. So round.
If lazy = simple and effective, welcome lazyness :)
That looks great, Dan.
nice. icons aside, really dig the grid (or bits). the felt is svelte!
looking great. Loving the subtle texture.
And I'm definitely bookmarking those icons :)
the textures are wonderful
Wowsers sweet- I need to buy myself those vector icons! This sold me.
Dan, you can do no wrong.
What Tory said.
very clear, nice work dude!
almost 3 years ago
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