Working on a simple flow for inviting users to a super-secret project that I can't tell you anything about.
AWESOME DOUBEL TRIPPLE CREDIT TO AWESOM GIFMAKER GOD OF GODS TIM PARKA AND HERE'S A KITTEN
5 months ago
That means people now know I can't type :(
But seeing the little sent pop up makes me happy again :)
I need to know how to do these animations! On another note, beautiful as usual...
The little 'sent' think, beautiful as it is, it isnt central.
@Ryan Murphy Bugs me too.
Neat little animation.
Love the animation! I know it defeats the purpose of the animation but what if the invite button just momentarily changed to sent?
Awesome! Fully agree with @James ✌. @Visual Idiot @Tim Parker care to share your technique? :)
@Jordan Borth @Visual Idiot @James ✌ can do! Will do a quick blog post for you on how I did that, it's super easy.
Slick animation. Nicely done you two.
@Thani Suchoknand in this context, you're right, but the point of this field is to fire off as many of those invitations as possible, which means that button can't ever be disabled (because it'll slow Mr. User down a bit).
@Ryan Murphy oh, that's going to haunt me forever now. Here's a dinosaur to keep us both happy: http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/pleo_1.gif
wow. that's pretty slick.
That's absolutely fantastic.
@Tim Parker Brother, you need to teach me this magic, please. :D
@Tim Parker I too would very much like to hear how you did that beautiful animation!
Guys, I can't bear to see you in pain like this. Here's how the animation was done (although I can't do it because my graphics tablet is a pain in the ass to use as a mouse):
1) Open Quicktime Player, File > New Screen Recording.
2) Record the animation. (That bit's obvious).
3) Save the file on your desktop and drag in to Photoshop.
4) Crop to 400x300.
5) Export as GIF.
6) Post to Dribbble.
7) Post comment explaining how the process works.
(Here you go, @James ✌ @Jordan Borth @Nikh @David Notté)
@Visual Idiot Thank you. :D
@Visual Idiot I love you..
I was trying to do an animation on how to do a simple animation capture. But what @Visual Idiot said works haha. As I mentioned, it's very easy!
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