... and it's only my 2nd day. ;)
(Hey look! It's not a Hello! Ranking shot!)
over 2 years ago
Awesome. And congrats on the new gig!
Github is fortunate to have you.
Dan & Rogie, thank you! I'm looking forward to proving myself after such a long freelancing stint. :D
Sweet man. Congrats too!
Love having GitHub folks on Dribbble (GitHubbbers?) Congrats on the new gig and thanks for sharing it here.
Congrats from me as well! Mind elightening us a bit more about the oh-so-mystical octocat?
Rich, I'm just glad I can share a larger variety of things now. :) Activity++
Miro, actually, I still have to learn the lore myself. o_o;
たこねこ？ What's this all about? Looks mighty epic, though.
Any chance I could snag a vector version to construct a social media icon for GitHub that matches your favicon (and Rogie’s set)?
about 2 years ago
Alan, send an email to bryan@github and I'll throw it your way. :)
by Bryan Veloso
My first major project at GitHub was creating the identity and assets for CodeConf, which finally (and awesomely) started yesterday. Together with our resident Octocat Cowboy, Cameron, we created all kinds of assets from iPhone cases to this awesome Swagtocat on a poster.
I felt I went a bit far with this particular asset since I typed out the name tags for every attendee. But I wanted everybody, from the staff (with their custom titles) to volunteers and the attendees to remember these and cherish them forever (they were double-sided, too).
I went equally as far as to recreate what a picture could have obviously depicted (didn't feel right taking and posting a photo anyway). That said, this dribbble attempts to "accurately depict" my name tag in particular and the staff shirt I've been wearing.
about 2 years ago
When I was told that we were holding another CodeConf soon after the success of the inaugural one, I was pretty ecstatic. Because when I was asked to do the logo, they wanted it to "be versatile" and "to last".
So PyCodeConf proved to be a challenge of it's own, which got a bit easier thanks to the generosity of the Python Software Foundation for letting us use the Python logo. Since we're holding it in Miami, the first thing I thought of were the neon lights along Miami's party strips and I embraced that aspect. I didn't know how to do neon—so I learned. This is what came out of it.
After completing this, it shot my love for the mark sky high. I sincerely cannot wait to get back into the CodeConf groove, nor can I wait for what other iterations the "C-blank-C" mark will go through.
Attached is the wallpaper set I made available to GitHub users today, hopefully they'll find a home on your digi-device as well. :)
almost 2 years ago
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