I do love me some blurred background images. Check out my redesigned vCard, now with extra DHTML! http://idiot.vc/
about 1 year ago
make me one, son!
Gorgeous. Can't go wrong with blurred images.
For those of us not as social media savvy, I'd love if tooltips popped up on hover over each icon. Similar animation as the initial icons popping up would look just perfect. I think.
@Anna Klibanov They're there (although they're the default title="" ones), and I think I'd rather keep it simple. If you don't know the social network's icon, hovering over it for a name probably ain't gonna help.
@idiot Well damn.
Nice. It'd be slick if the background colour was a gradient that tried to match the image itself, then fade the image in once it's loaded instead of it snapping in. Par example, like I did with this: http://daneden.me/labs/drive/
only the text tags were not the same as the shot, but still is very great :)
Is that a mushroom cloud? I really like it.
@Dan Eden good call, added.
@Fabian Schultz It's a picture of the lovely Devon coast!
@Visual Idiot Close enough.
Nice work, as uassual! @Visual Idiot
how about some bokkeh? ;)
@Nick Slogget I think you might want to add a comma to your sentence.
@Jari Sanders thanks ;)
YOUR PICTURZ ARE BLURRED
Nice! Give some ideas for my ever-finished redesign of my online presence.
it don't look sharp :D
@Visual Idiot one bit of advice from me is you should never send ppl away from your site in the parent window, always use a child window (no matter how stark a site may be.)
@Kevin Williams My tip of advice: never, ever, ever do what you just said. If I want to open a link in the same window, I expect to do so by clicking. If I want it to open in another window, I expect it to do so by Cmd + clicking. If it doesn't do that, I get annoyed.
@Visual Idiot Agreed!
@Kevin Williams I have to agree with @Visual Idiot on this one. If you are that worried about people leaving your site, then you need to be fixing that issue.
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