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This is going to be one epic app folks!
Real Pixels are here
And yes, that switch actually slides, not just clicks :)
6 months ago
The iPhone has an odd perspective.. Aside from that - is awesome!
@Ion Turcanu thats my lame camera shot, not the site. :)
@Eric Hoffman Agree with @Adam Whitcroft - that switch is the BOMB!!
I think maybe the drop shadow on the header is a little dark? For me anyway.
@Eric Hoffman I'm talking about the actual page image ;)
@Ion Turcanu The splash pages iPhone has a weird perspective? Now Im perplexed.
I like it. I like it better in person. But I LOVE the color on the wall :P
@Eric Hoffman we're talking different languages here, haha.. I'll rephrase: On the landing page of the website, the actual device ( iPhone ) looks somehow weird. It looks bent ( or maybe it's just me? ).
@Ion Turcanu hmmm weird. It might be that thing over your eyes in your avatar. :P
@Eric Hoffman oh.. didn't even notice it..
Maybe too much shadows on the titles.
Did it go down? http://d.pr/i/42T2 it doesn't load for me at 30k feet :(
And what @Nick said...
Damn dude, this looks really good.
as other have mentioned the iPhone looks weird with the hard-shadow on the bottom, maybe soften it up a bit.
other than that, very good job. As always. :)
Looking sharp brotha
I really dislike all those shadows, they are so nasty.
@Charlie / TheIssland thanks for the constructive feedback. :)
@Sean Farrell has a twin named Scott Mayton? This just blew my mind....the drop shadow on the text didn't though:( ..but sweet CSS homie...
Very lovely! I noticed there is a blue outline when I focus in on the text fields, "Business name" and "Business email". To get rid of that blue line (if you want to) just do the following in the CSS file:
You also need to load a .svg font file in order for the fonts to render well on Chrome, on windows
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