Check it out: http://www.kareer.me/
I’m really excited to share the new and improved Kareer.me homepage. Now that we have a working product we can actually show it off! Kudos to Matt, Justin and Chris for bringing the design to life. Great job team!
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11 months ago
really impressive stuff- love the layout and the subtle animations. Not crazy about how the 'carousel' (of sorts) works up top, but overall love this!
Looks great @Gabe Abadilla Where do I sign up :)
@Jon Vlasach Thanks for checking it out and for the feedback.
@Nathan Powell I added the sign up info to the main post. Thanks for the reminder.
Nice work Gabe. Love the sign up and twitter fields at the bottom. Nice interaction. I agree with Jon, though. The delay between response between my clicks made me think it wasn't working. I'm excited to see us up there.
I like this.
So clean. Love it Gabe :)
Good job Gabe, it's coming together nicely.
@Matt Lackey Glad you're digging the giant sign up and tweet forms. Thanks for pointing out the delayed click issue. Do you think the laptop animation should play on its own? We could add a way to stop it too.
@Andrew Simpkins @Damian Hernandez @Abe Vizcarra @Will Jardine @Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thanks for the support
@Gabe Abadilla Autoplay with interruption controls (arrows) is what we went with. Brings life through movement and doesn't rely on user clicks to see it all. Making sure those descriptions with black overlays aren't required to fully appear and disappear before the next arrow is clickable is also another way around it. Allowing an instant skip to the next. If those quick blurbs are important, maybe have them fade in with the image but only partially conceal the back and then fade out. That would make sure they get seen. Something like this... http://cl.ly/image/1s3J1y1c310g
Impressive, super sweet design!
@Matt Lackey Wow, thanks for taking the time to think it through. I like your improvements for the quick blurbs. I'll run this by the crew to see what everyone thinks. You rock!
@Huig van der Waal Thanks a lot!
Awesome work ! Featured here : http://pixelate.edenpulse.com/best-of-dribbble-shots-2/
Gabe this looks awesome!
10 months ago
Always a fan of your work. Awesome job.
9 months ago
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