I was tuch this site minut ago! It is animated brainblower :)
Very good job!
4 months ago
Great palette. Super clean. Nice work.
@Mario Azzi Thank you! Our developers are just really fantastic. The designers at Rally work really closely with the developers to try avoid issues in translation.
@Daniel Marino Thanks so much. Hopefully some day we'll re-launch our website and include a blog for process on our projects. Unfortunately, at the moment we do not, so sorry.
@Dennis P Kramer Very good point, we'll look into that one. Thanks!
By far the best mobile experience out there, in my opinion. Well done!!
Best in class, as always.
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) Solid.
wow, very very well done. those page transitions are sick.
This is an amazing site with great user experience. Being in Hawaii, I doubt I will need to use this but it may come in handy one day.
Absolutely love what you've done with the new Snowbird site, both the full and mobile versions. I just pulled up the site on my iPhone and it looks gorgeous. One thing to note is how you've taken the mobile layout an extra step by introducing a 2 column setup that works very well on small screens. Most folks wouldn't have dared try that, and hats off to you for making it a unique experience.
Stunning, the best mobile site so far!
When i see your job i want to ride in this place. Nice !!!
Wow! Front-end is incredible!
You guys do excellent work. Bravo!
The best mobile site I've ever seen. Nice work guys!
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) this is the best mobile site I've ever seen. How did you create the cube transitions? Is there a link you can share?
I love everything about this website!
So smoooooth on my phone.
3 months ago
So nice! :)
2 months ago
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) I was wondering if there were any blatant disadvantages to making a purely mobile site vs. responsive? Obviously on this project (if we started with the full version) responsive would have been insanely difficult, or next to impossible.
Really love this site. Great execution.
about 1 month ago
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