Last week we rolled out some new pages for our about part.
My focus on this pages was to keep what I'm trying to do lately with telly brand, aiming for a very clean and minimal product.
It's all based on the amazing @Trent Walton posts about flexible/fluid foundations. I cutted down styles and features to the minimum (wohoo, flat design), and focused on a flexible base and responsiveness. The site might not be optimized for iOS or Android as we redirect people on iTunes or GooglePlay stores so they download the app :)
Don't forget to check the live versions:
about 1 year ago
Looks really good, typeface is awesome. I like the first video playing in the background, but in larger screens I see a huge amount of compression, which sucks.
Btw, the bottom video while cool, is really, really vivid! My eyes kind of burned.
@Eduardo Santos Thx. Video file size is a big concern on that kind of designs. Knowing the average screen size we get from our users a good compromise was found in that filesize to have a nice video compression for medium screens (the video filesize is already 2-3M). If you go bigger than that pixelisation will likelly appear.
I had a different video prepared for the bottom part but someone changed it last minute by that water classic video. I will very soon change it!
thx @Rovane Durso
I HATE TELLY. I signed up a long time ago and deleted my account and unsubscribed from their email list. Now i get a barrage of emails constantly from them. They have no way to contact them to complain and no one responds to their twitter account. I'd hate to be associated with them...
Really nice! I love the simple aesthetic, works perfectly.
@Ryan O. Hicks The community team as been making a very good job latelly. You should tweet them again. If you got no answers please recomment here with your user account and I'll request you to be removed for good from our userbase.
thx @Guillaume Gaubert
Amazing work dude!
Top work, Jeremy! The top video is very soothing, but I do agree with @Eduardo Santos that the compression is problematic.
thx @Coleman Tharp & @Meng To
The issue with video compression is the filesize. The video is already 3M right now and we have a preloader. But I want the user to see the video (and not just the image preview while loading) before he'll scroll down. That means video as to kick in in the first 3-4sec on the site, putting a big constrain on it's file size.
so fresh and so clean clean
Very pretty. I know websites all eventually look old, but I can't imagine this design looking old and bad ever.
@Troy Giesbrecht I agree with you. One of the benefits of having a clean and minimal style is that it's pretty longlasting styles.
I fucking love this
Looks great man!
Is just awesome really the page is great. After I tested the product is fun but didn't see the real interest.
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