The LayerVault UI saw a very small update that tightened up the spacing and increased contrast. It's a great feeling to refine things over time rather than constantly redesign them.
about 1 year ago
Looks like a welcome improvement, I'm already regretting letting my trial expire.
Been enjoying the tighter spacing and all the subtle changes, really great work dude.
Your iteration shows. Great work, psyched to see where the product is in a year - it's going to be INSANE.
@Andrew Cornett @Hunter Hastings Thanks guys. I'm glad the iteration gets noticed.
These colours are so amazing, wonderful work with the whole product!
How come some letters are underlined?
@Henry Modisett those are the keyboard shortcuts. When you hit Shift + L, for example, it will open the file locally.
@Allan Grinshtein "delete project" notice you changed the icon was that based on user feedback?
@Miles Fitzgerald That was a change for the sake of consistency. A trash icon was used to delete files and an X was being used for leaving/deleting projects.
i started using layervault (and love it) then i realized that i used to play starcraft 2 with kelly haha. small fucking world.
No more swirl animation on the home page?
@Daniel Golden we paused it until the new site is live.
12 months ago
I like the solution with underline key letter. Amazing!
Lookin' fly! The two-tone circles remind me of the loading in the new gmail ios update (or vice versa).
Drooling all over this.
@Allan Grinshtein Love it man! Only this is that the bottom line runs and stops into the arrow. Always a nit-pick of mine. Maybe drop the arrow down so it seem more lined up? As always, amazing though!
colors are wonderful. icons aren't exciting, corners on the dialogue could be a bit less rounded and i think you'd wind up in a better place.
10 months ago
I love the color! And the general design for the website. Animation is cute and lovely. Well done!
8 months ago
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