Working on adding back accounts to a web application--a very interaction-intensive process. Huge kudos go to Jason Putorti of mint.com for doing much of the legwork.
about 3 years ago
Deleted my previously less-nice response involving my thoughts about blatant design theft.
Hi, it's justin from Mint. I designed (both vi and ixd) and programmed those cards. We're about to update them soon, so I wouldn't just outright steal the code. Also, what's the web app?
I work with Andrew at Blueleaf. It's hard not to be inspired by the great work you've done at Mint, but I assure you we're not outright stealing any code or designs. This shot is a first-pass mockup and is a small part of a major redesign of our whole account on-boarding process.
I'm the lead developer, and I can't say that I've ever even looked at the front-end source on Mint.
If anything, we consider it a challenge to improve on what you've done and inspire Mint and other financial sites to continue to iterate and improve.
I'm looking forward to your updates -- here's to raising the bar!
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