about 1 year ago
This is incredible, the level of detail is insane! Hats off to you guys
A Rally project at its best! The site is awesome! The look, the effects (like the spinner effect with the logo), the horizontal scrolling... very innovative.
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Love the website! The implementation is flawless!
God damnit that is some nice work! i love the spinning, logo, hover states on thumbnails, page transitions - simple design,, the mountain buildup under the menu on hover..really really great execution.
One slight issue i have is with the center element on front page (December deals, Opening info etc.) - it's kinda one way navigation and it's not 100% obvious what happens and how to "get back" to previous item.
But overall..B R I L L I A N T design!
You've done a great job on this. There's so many nice little touches throughout the site and I'm loving the use of animation.
I guess I'll be the first one to say something negative, but I think the site is pretty confusing and cluttered. I can definitely appreciate all the details that went into it, the animation on the menu, shape-changing buttons on hover, animated page transitions, etc. It is all very sophisticated, high tech, and original, but I question the usability of the site for the average user. For ex, on this page, http://www.snowbird.com/winter/ what is the "no hiking" area on the right side? A news item? Why is the next item to the right of it greyed out, and how am I supposed to access it? How come there's a hover over effect on that element, but not on the elements to the left of it? Why do some elements appear in a popup why others appear directly on the page? There are also a ton of different elements on any page at the same time, so I find myself wondering where to look and where the focus of a particular page should be. Maybe I'm dumber than the average user and don't "get it," but I suspect if I had this impression, others will too.
I fucking love the hovers!!
WOW, beautifully clean site! The transitions are dope (who would have thought those would be cool again).
one of the best sites with a great approach in a different UX I've seen or a long time. that's just awesome!
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) I guess that's the danger of giving the client access to control everything... I've had similar experiences. Pretty slick though that you can give them that level of control. Would love to see some shots of the backend interface :)
Yey, it's pretty amazing. Reloading page is so smooth, simple and beatiful, great work. One thing I don't like is search results page.
If I write short word, I see only 3 first letters in search's input.
Love the work. Very clean and easy.
It looks like you guys have the dream team. :)
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) another great design. Since everyone is patting your back, i'll zag. Love the motion as you explore say winter > mountain ski school . I would have been even more in love with it if when you go back ie from new cloud chair to winter if you were able to reverse that transition... :P
Just see the whole website, very clean. Good UX with little 3D animations and a smart use of the shape of the logo (sliders, thumbnails, ...). I really like it.
Hey guys, didn't know if you'd seen or were aware of this - http://siteinspire.com/showcase/view/3026/snowbird#.UKj0_eOe9sA
Also, one of the most subtly innovative executions I've seen in a long time. This will have a home in my inspirational bookmarks for quite a while.
Totally in love with the design/functionality of this site. Great job you guys!!
12 months ago
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) Hope you don't mind me nominating you on Awwwards. On the Jury this year and thought your lateral thinking on pages fantastic - http://www.awwwards.com/web-design-awards/snowbird-ski-resort
11 months ago
@James Noble wow, thank you so much! No, I don't mind at all :)
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