Working on a beta tester form & landing page for a new app we're working on at Lift. Hopefully will have this up sometime next week.
about 1 year ago
@Chris Wallace! its a fantastic idea. What does the imagery have to do with the app? Just eye candy?
@Rogie We're working on our own photography at the moment. The stock image is temporary. The idea behind the app is that you can cut out all the extra layers of support and just use the one you're already using: Github.
The imagery that will exist in the background will show that you can easily provide support for your own software/code from anywhere.
@Chris Wallace! like I said, I love the idea. Keep me in the loop or let me sign up somewhere so I can use it for NeonMob.
@Rogie I have that battle with myself a lot. Does the imagery, always have to be related to the app? I feel like for background images it's definitely more forgiving.
@Jeffrey Kam I think if it can be related, it really makes the whole experience that much more cohesive :)
@Rogie For sure. Initially, it's going to be a WordPress plugin, but it's built using backbone.js, so it shouldn't be too terribly difficult to port it to other platforms (or a custom app).
It uses a daemon account on Github.com to post on behalf of the user, since they don't have access to your private repos and most won't have a Github account anyway.
@Rogie @Jeffrey Kam I think the goal is to affect your desired audience with your imagery/branding. Send the right message. As long as you're effective in doing that, you're good. :)
This is all kinds of right! I love the photography! I know it's stock, but I just love huge images.
Github, Backbone, Wordpress with a dash of Dribbble - @Chris Wallace! you are true cross platform guru.
@Alan Laidlaw I think we're going to add twitter, facebook, Drupal, Moodle, Mustache, Back Hair, Arugula, Chimichanga, and a few other technologies as well.
Nice work, I like the background and simple nav. The tone of green used in that button imo could be a little more pleasing. The inputs with that direction of gradient makes it look more like buttons than inputs imho.
WHAT?! I love this. Sign me up!
@Matthew Smith Your love for this makes my heart burst with joy.
by Caleb Sylvest
The updated logo for IssuePress, a product by Lift. IssuePress provides public support for private Github repositories. Keep your eyes peeled, the private beta will be out very soon.
7 months ago
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