Fully sliced, and using 90% less images than you'd expect. Now, Textpattern integration.
almost 3 years ago
this is lovely
This is porn.
Porn? This. IS. SPARTAAAAAA!
So, it really is a podcast or videocast, or at least something in episodes.
The only think that I don't like is the progress bar. IMO, if the left-hand side of the marker is a bit different from the right-hand side, it helps the user to locate the market itself. In this case, I think it'd help particularly, has the marker and bar have the same colors.
But yeah, this is sexy.
Agree with Paulo. Some light color would help greatly. Also I think the play button looks out of place next to the progress bar due to the different treatment. I wonder if it looked better sitting in a similar socket.
It will all make sense :)
BTW porn is like the best compliment my work ever got, thanks for that!!
Wtf is this!? Speak now or forever hold your peace.
Looking forward to seeing what this is. You've kept us in suspense for long enough! :D
You should design a porn site Tim, you wouldn't even need the 'material' in the end, just the UI.
@Kyle Bolton: Need some tissues?
@Benjamin Alijagić & Jamie McElwain: PATIENCE (BE)FOR THE OSSOM.
That video player is just too good..
@Tim Van Damme Haha! Don't be ridiculous, it's so nutritious! I've got my mouth, thanks.
LOL @Kyle comment on designing a porn site. Tim, do you have a very slight texture going inside the box or is it my monitor?
@Martin Kulakowski: It's an almost invisible paper texture, good eye ;)
@Tim Yea, I thought so! That's the type of detail work most casual visitors won't appreciate. Awesome job.
There isn't a paper texture there at all, is there?
*Drool* Beautiful. Very inspiring.
Extremely nice work.
Grammar Alarm: 90% 'fewer' images than you....
Those controls are great, very 'Will Wilkinson' if that makes sense.
by Tim Van Damme
almost 3 years ago
And we're live http://thebox.maxvoltar.com/ :)
over 2 years ago
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