Desktop / tablet design for the mountain report page. Check out the attachment for a full view.....
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10 months ago
@Frederik Samuel thanks!
Amazing guys! We always fall in love for your works :)
Sexy! Love the use of white space. It looks just right.
This looks insanely good. I love everything about it, especially the bacon ipsum :)
Incredible guys. Are you going with responsive design, adaptive design, or two separate sites?
My OCD nature is fighting the offset numbers in the blue circles. I don't know what those mean, so maybe the smaller numbers need to be top right, but could they also sit top centered?
Loving this layout man, it's different!
@Phil Coffman i took it they meant 08/13 (8 out of 13 lifts open) ... maybe they just need the "/" in there?
Dood this is so hot. Love the little mtn horizon that breaks into the nav bar.
beautiful nice and clean ! great type!
Nice work guys. Really loving the look and feel of this!
nice work :)
Seriously beautiful. Cant wait to see it with all the fancy polish I know you guys will add.
If I could give this more than one 'like' I would. Really great work @Rally!
I used to manage a ski resort's website for a while, and the order of information bugs be a little bit.
It should be: Snow, weather, lifts, runs. And while you're making circle graphs for the lifts/runs, why not make a bar chart or line chart showing the snowfall for the last month?
Also, you seem to be missing the daily report, e.g. "Good morning, we've got a foot of fresh!"
@Ryan Katkov great feedback. The graph for snowfall history is definitely something we are working on with them at the moment but will take some time......
@Timothy Whalin Thanks for the kind words! We are going with "responsive" design for the desktop / tablet. I personally feel like "responsive" is just a buzzword. The tablet / desktop site will have a responsive layout but the tablet version will be optimized for touch and fat fingers. We will do some detection for mobile specific devices as the mobile version will be quite a bit more specific in terms of feeling more like a native mobile app.
Not sure if I adequately answered the question. In the simplest of terms, we are trying to build a site that can accomodate a lot of different devices and feel awesome to the user for whatever device they are using.
Wow that's awesome.
The little mountain range for the selected nav state is awesome, but I thought it was actually just an extension of the picture, then I realized it wasn't, then I wished it still was.
Small, typographer's nitpick:
Use straight quote marks to represent the feet instead of the curly quotes.
you guys are just sick!
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