I haven't posted here in over a year. I feel bad, I really like this community and wish I participated more. I've just been really busy at MetaLab and when it comes to Dribbble I focus more on updating our company account than my own.
• I quickly made and launched MAXGIF in April. It makes GIFs stupidly big and you can click to randomly view more.
• Everyday 2 is always crawling closer towards launch.
• My Tumblr is always the most up to date.
• A lot of MetaLab's major clients we aren't allowed to talk about, so it doesn't make it on here.
• I tend to prefer new projects secret until launch, I like the element of surprise. So I tend not to post as much in progress work, which doesn't totally mesh well with Dribbble.
• Sometimes I feel like Dribbble is generally too positive that it gives me a false sense of "oh yeah I'm awesome and this design is great just the way it is" when it may be flawed or in need of more thought. So I tend to hold back and decide for myself.
I like you Dribbble and I hope to be a real member again soon.
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over 1 year ago
Hope I didn't just poo all that on you too quickly.
Haha at your poo comment. Welcome back, dude!
I still use Maxgif. Can't get enough. I always combine it with posts from here - http://thisadvertisinglife.tumblr.com/ - Classic.
@William Wilkinson You're right about it is generally all too positive, I see some terrible stuff on here that people just dive on as the best thing their eyeballs ever did see!
Dig the glasses!
You're awesome, and this design is great the way it is!
This is pretty good as is, but I would suggest bringing out the unibrow a little more.
@Chandler Van De Water - How dare you.
This is a great shot! So realistic... can you share the filter you used to get the reflection on the top of the rim of your glasses?!
@William Wilkinson I think you should continue to revise this post, it's a good first approach, but I really think you can distill it down a lot more. Let's focus on _simplicity_
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