Worked in a quick revision to the virb.com header to fix some UI issues (people clicking a logo that wasn't a link). Now it happily takes you home! And it's got a cute little icon to boot.
Sadly, only FF applies CSS3 transitions to :after elements, so check it out with that!
11 months ago
You guys at Virb have always had such amazing websites over the years. This is amazing.
Love the flat colors and bright blues!
As always I'm a huge fan of your work Mr. Clark.
Nice work doing all the small tweaks while staying within the Virb brand so well!
The type is really beautiful here, what is it? Also just loving the shadow via the semi-transparent shape.
@Sean Thompson the headers are all Museo Sans, with Lucida for body copy / details. It's my fav...
Just really loving the current Virb UI system, and some of your recent updates are really showcasing its range nicely. Looking super tight as usual, man.
great to revisit projects and make tiny updates after heavy user usages!
cool love the simplicity, virb has been my favorite since long as design perspective, never tried yet :)
Yeah I'm that piece of shit asshole that has some minuscule critique. I feel that gap between the logo and home icon needs to be fixed on hover.
Wow super clean I love it. Do you have a shot of what it looked like before?
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