Currently working on a new site for UI designers to geek out about design!
The most unique thing about Chisel is the ability to transform the posts you make. Some might say its the public/private modernized forums, but at the end of the day we just want a place to have thought provoking discussions on design topics, challenging design problems, trends, videos, and anything else that will help us grow.
Currently in private beta, you should check it out if this sounds interesting to you.
P.S. This is my first time doing an animation, I would love any feedback you can give so I create even better ones!
Larger view - https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10116/chiselgif.gif
10 months ago
nice one... welcome dude!
Really good :) Welcome !
very nice! welcome to dribbble man!
Nice shot! Welcome to Dribbble!
cool interaction. welcome @Joseph Anderson
Nice good stuff, welcome
I am looking forward trying it out!
OMG - This is pretty much the kind of service I've been looking for. Sometimes, as designers for software companies, we might be the only one in the entire company or only product designer on a product and as a result we can develop tunnel vision. I've been wondering how I can get quality feedback on current works. Twitter doesn't always have quality feedback and I'd rather use Dribbble for quality finished work. Signing up for a Private Beta Invite right now!
Awesome to hear @Samihah :)!
Freelancers also run into the same issue. Designers only make up less than 5% of most companies. Yet there are so many of us that can give perspective on product at such an early stage, we can save tons of headaches and learn a ton. Glad to hear you are excited. We're working on the final parts of the twitter integration and getting early users set up but I'll let you know soon.
This is a great idea! I requested an invite, hopefully it comes in soon! I'm the only designer at my company and it would be great to collaborate with other designers.
What did you use to create this animation?
@Tyreil just photoshop, was about 55 frames but should have done 100 for more smoothness haha.
Its an unfortunate problem that extends to people learning to design as well. So many of us are self taught because we have a passion for it but there is no true place to discuss it. Which I find weird, considering designers are now in charge of how things will look and work for billions of people worldwide.
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