Almost finished my latest freelance project for a french startup completely designed in the browser.
Will be released soon!
over 1 year ago
Is that http://hull.io ?
Those icons are crisp. What font is that?
@Sarah W. Rose SVG FTW! :)
@Victor Coulon looks great, better than the current one :] top images, what is it for?
@Setharyono Thanks! It's the header. And in fact I'm waiting to insert browser screenshots of the product.
Nice, clean and simple - like!
Im very interested by the design in browser process.
You do it especially for the responsive, typography, interaction…
Would be great to discuss quickly about this.
@Jérôme Montagne Whenever you want :)
I see the point of the browser work process if youre a person who thinks in code. I think in design/visual things, and therefore even though I can code, it is not in any way a good way for me to work compared to "drawing" something in photoshop, illustrator, etc. When you draw something it is not so much just to get it down on paper, but even more important to discover something new. So drawing becomes a way of thinking and innovating, jf. Bill Buxton.
@Mads E. U. Sorensen Yes, I'm totally more a person who thinks in code because I'm more a developer than a designer. I mean I'm absolutely not a drawer.
Here, I need to do a clean, simple and minimal website. And I think my client is happy to deal with my code skill and my eye for effective design and they know I'm not a creative director or something.
So no worries, I understand your point of view and I'm agree with it. But, despite that, I'm pretty sure than you can be creative with code.
I agree, of course you can be extremely creative through coding. It just depends on how you work ;)
@Victor Coulon Great. I will drop you an email.
And come back here later, busy day.
Beautiful stuff, dude!
nicely done! :)
Looking forward to see it live. Really nice work from what I can see.
very nice layouted
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