Today, we're proud to announce your Instagram feed on the web. I'm super excited about this, and hope you guys are too. Check it out on instagram.com.
"[...] you can now browse your Instagram feed on the web – just like you do on your mobile device. Go to instagram.com and log in to your account to give it a try."
More info at: http://blog.instagram.com/post/42363074191/instagramfeed
10 months ago
Really impressive work as always!
Nice work, Maykel.
Fan. Freaking. Tastic.
I like it, but at the same time I don't.
I've always loved the simplicity of Instagram, it's clean design and it's approach to easy use and implementation has always struck me as the result of great minds thinking alike and always trying the best solution for each individual problem.
This time, I think it isn't the case. The feed seems too over-crowded with stuff. I'd rather have the number of likes and the thumbails of each person, instead of the username, and even then, I'd get rid of it all together. I'd just leave the number of likes. If I wanted to know who liked which photo, I'd find out, I'd click anywhere needed to be clicked without too much trouble.
The "minutes ago" text should be a little bit smaller. Most of the time it's bigger in length than the username itself, thus making it more noticeable, this should not be the case.
Just two points I wanted to comment on, I'm, and will always be a fan. Cheers and grats on the new release.
I think this design could be executed a little better.
You should have done a dark transparent border outside of the light inner border, it'll give it more definition and rid you of that blurry edge. Because you didn't do the darker border, it now, visually, appears as if the white base is 1px smaller on either side.
Also, in a few places you've used a 1px stroke instead of 2px.
@Daryl Ginn great feedback man.
Great work @Maykel Loomans
Great work Maykel!
@Maykel Loomans very nice work, dude.
Nice work @Maykel Loomans. Did you take that picture when you were there with @Yassine Bentaieb by any chance ;)?
Looks and works amazingly well, congrats!
Congrats! Looks great!
I agree with @Daryl Ginn, but other than that, I really dig this. Good work, man!
@Daryl Ginn @Eric Hoffman In regards to the highlight; if you guys find a good solution that works with both the lightest and the darkest of images, I would love to see a code drop. The implementation now is the closest we have gotten to it working in these cases, even though it is not optimal.
The 1px remark is moot, as this is part of the dribbble mock and not the actual implementation.
Darker border for write a comment field.
Looks nice overall!
@Maykel Loomans A darker border won't make much difference to the darker images, so you're always working with the lighter. The darker your background, the darker the border will have to be. With this one, around 30% opacity did the trick:
Overall, I think you've done a good job dude, I forgot to mention that in my first comment.
Dig it. I've been for it for sooo long! Great work @Maykel!
Really nice styling!
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