We got our placeholder page up. Check out the snazzy css animations http://designinginteractive.com/
over 1 year ago
That's awesome! Great job.
I love the placeholder page, simple with character.
Animation, color scheme, texture, they're all working! Really nicely done, man.
Love the animation (well... and design) nice work!
I'm getting an anti-aliasing softening effect on the individual popovers. Maybe something to do with the scaling transform not being 100%?
@Eddie, I think I know what's doing that. We're not using black for the dropshadow but a shade of the background gray/brown. When it goes out over the green you get a glow instead of a dropshadow. I'll have to fix that.
I should also hand out some credit to the D-I team. Josh Walsh and Jonathan Penn did the animations. Ben Smith made the thing insanely fast.
Oh, and I wrote the bios (and I'm wondering when my coworkers will notice)
Now this is business. Definitely one of the sharpest "under-constructions" I've seen.
Gorgeous, Brad. Looks tonnes better in Chrome than Firefox, though. Why so?
this is awesome. coworker linked me to it.
Thanks Andrew and Oliver.
@Rob, the short answer is that we really wanted to get what we had up. The long answer is we're still working on Firefox. In theory the most recent version of FF supports everything we are doing here, the problem is that we don't have a way to check what version of FF our visitors are using so instead of serving up a broken site to some and working to others we decided to serve up the scaled down animation to all Firefox users for now. Our next step is to find a way to sniff out what version of FF they have.
Cool. I reckon we can save you some time. I have the latest version of FF. Fellers? ;)
Very cool animation...nice!
about 1 year ago
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