We finally launched the Snowbird mobile site late last week.
Check out http://snowbird.com on your mobile devices.
Once you start navigating around the site, you'll be able to swipe left and right to go backwards or forwards through page history.
** Disclaimers - Page transitions won't animate on the older Android (OS 2) devices as they don't support CSS3 transforms. You also won't be able to see the page transitions if you have private browsing turned on in safari as it doesn't support the history object. The site should still run, just without some of the bells & whistles. We're slowly trying to roll out support for Windows phones.
Thanks to everyone who has given us feedback and encouragement along the way with this project, we really appreciate it!
11 months ago
You guys rock.
Fantastic work as per usual
Such an amazing mobile experience. Congratulations to the Rally Interative team. Bravo!
The animations are soooo sick! Love this!
Cool! Clear & Simple! Love it! @Rich Smith
Sick! The best mobile website. Ever.
Yaw dropping mobile experience. Super smooth!
this is amazing. I quit.
its really great :)
Nice work, man! :)
Thanks for sharing!
Well done, looking great!
Is there such a thing as the best mobile site award? If so you guys just crushed it.
I love how you guys translate things from psd's to real working apps. It's flawless down to the last pixel. Very inspiring to see and gives me hope that there are devs out there who respect the amount of time designers put into designing. All to often, devs take a dump on our designs. #rant
Great Job! I think the desktop and mobile sites are fantastic and show and are great examples of what can be accomplished with a web app/site (as opposed to a OS-specific app).
How are you determining to show the desktop or mobile experience? Also, are there any posts that talk about the design/development process behind the site? I think that would be useful and eye opening to other designers/developers.
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) Awesome stuff as usual! One thing I noticed though is am I mistaken or can you not get to a trail map on mobile? Even on Desktop, it's a little hard to find. I feel like that's often one of the top things I look for when heading to a new mountain besides weather reports and conditions.
Nice work Ben and team Rally.
I was tuch this site minut ago! It is animated brainblower :)
Very good job!
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