I designed the front page of Heyzap to showcase some of the cool features we've been working on. I wanted to make the whole page animated and fun.
See it live -- please let me know what you think. :)
Thanks to @Jordan Staniscia for the CSS magic!
I tweet: @mengto
about 1 year ago
Looks amazing! Love the design :)
Thank you @Aksonvady and @Allan Berger, much appreciated!
THE SCROLL IS SO COOL! nice and clean, love it Meng!
@Sophie Su Hey Sophie, long time! Yeah, I think @Jordan Staniscia did a really good job with it. :)
Amazing work guys! Only thing, you should swap your apple store download link image asap. Apple has been rejecting applications in the submission process for having the incorrect marketing call-to-action assets for the app store.
That interaction is trendy :)
@David Luhman Hi David, what should it be replaced with? Apple did see the top portion a while ago and they had no issue. Also, it's a standard button that's used on Path, Flipboard, Pair, etc?
@Luboš Volkov lol, I hope trendy is not a bad thing. :)
@Meng To dont worry, dude its nice! :)
@Meng To https://developer.apple.com/appstore/AppStoreMarketingGuidelines.pdf
I never held my iPhone like this, nor will I. Nice work, though!
@David Luhman Always a good reminder. ;)
@Bobby Giangeruso ⚒ Haha, yeah we had a small debate about that hold. The winning argument is that it's held not in a casual, ready to use kind of way, but more like "hey, look at this app" as you present it to someone.
@Meng To Makes sense, kinda. :D
Beautiful work @Meng To
EVERYTHING'S A RENDERING
Looks good @meng to!
Amazing piece of work!
It looks nice, but you should take the users with a larger resolution into wider consideration.
Here's some prints, viewing on a Cinema Led 27":
http://d.pr/i/tWP1 - Illustrations should continue some 600px more and then fadeout maybe
http://d.pr/i/r9Sw - Quality is bad
Other than that, really nice work! :)
Awesome work! Where are the Android devices renders from? :)
Awesome! I love Heyzap.
Wow, I did not except to receive so much feedback. Thanks @all.
@jonathan olsen You're absolutely right. I think either a pattern or a fadeout should be in place, especially considering that we have noises there.
@Ales Nesetril You can find the renders for Android here: http://dribbble.com/shots/710269-Galaxy-S-III-White-Black-PSD-Template
Nice and fun!
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