Introducing RadPad on the web

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  1. Tyler Galpin Tyler Galpin

    After months of design and development, we've released RadPad for the web. There are still some bugs and UI issues to work out on the front-end so bear with me. If you're in LA we'd love for you to give it a go and let us know what you think.

    www.onradpad.com

    We're expanding to other major cities. Exciting announcements soon :)

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    11 months ago

  2. Pavel Maček Pavel Maček

    There is never enough services like this, great stuff!

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    11 months ago

  3. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    Your alive! haha

    That's looking clean, just checked out the site. Great work man.

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    11 months ago

  4. David Bani David Bani

    Nice work on RadPad, I like the homepage flow. Ever thought about setting up an iconfont with data-icon attr, instead of individual images for icons? (http://css-tricks.com/html-for-icon-font-usage/)

    11 months ago

  5. Tyler Galpin Tyler Galpin

    Thanks guys!
    @Mike Busby I haven't posted anything in like 8 months. My bad, haha.

    @David Bani I'd love to. Being the only designer and building product for 2 platforms (web + iOS) I'm time-strapped right now. But soon, hopefully!

    11 months ago

  6. Zach Kollegger Zach Kollegger

    Nice job man, really like the RadPad icon, and the homepage is great. Clean and clear. The photos/search/free section is great.

    Here's a couple thing I noticed about the listings page:

    - I don't claim to be a designer but I felt like the listing page was really cramped. Just my impression of it as an average user; it felt busy.

    -The listings on the left felt small and the map bigger than necessary. The menu over the map was dark, when all other menu stuff was light.

    -The black gradients on the listing images in the sidebar looked really bad when the image was less then the width of the gradient.

    -The description text on the listing display popup was really small imo and so was the navigation bubbles for switching images. The close and previous/next buttons felt really disconnected.

    I'm not hating, that's just my honest opinion as a potential product user.

    11 months ago

  7. Bryce ⋈ Bryce ⋈

    I'm into it, it'd be cool if people from my neck of the woods started using it in due time. In Rochester, we have a thing called NewDigs that's similar, but not as well executed and limited to only our city unfortunately. However something they did that goes often overlooked is these in-depth pages that tell about the neighborhood a bit.

    http://newdigs.com/ny/monroe/south_wedge

    Only a humble suggestion :D Great work brosef

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  8. David Bani David Bani

    @Tyler Galpin makes sense, time is money. Overall, great stuff.

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    11 months ago

  9. Tyler Galpin Tyler Galpin

    @Zach Kollegger Thanks for the feedback. A few things: 1. What part of it felt cramped? Was it hard to read info? 2. Scanning through pads is a big deal so the product decision was to make the feed that size vs larger. 3. I agree. There's some dev trickery we have to use to fix this, and since we're strapped for time right now it's low on the list. 4. Do you mean the lightbox? Not sure what popup you're talking about. If it's the lightbox, you can click on the image to advance to the next one, and we're adding arrows as well. Sorry about that.

    11 months ago

  10. Tyler Galpin Tyler Galpin

    @Bryce Thompson Never heard of these guys, thanks for the tip!

    11 months ago

  11. Jack Fahnestock Jack Fahnestock

    It's been so long and this looks amazing.

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  12. Benjamin Brown Benjamin Brown

    ^ what?

    11 months ago

  13. Benjamin Brown Benjamin Brown

    @Tyler Galpin this looks great dude.

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  14. Jack Fahnestock Jack Fahnestock

    @Benjamin Brown He hasn't Dribbbled in a while (it's been so long).

    11 months ago

  15. Ray Martin Ray Martin

    Looking good.

    Glad to see more LA Startups popping up ^_^!

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  16. Dan Edwards Dan Edwards

    Lovely work man!

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  17. Benjamin Brown Benjamin Brown

    @Jack Fahnestock haha, nah there was a comment under yours that was really stupid, but it's been deleted :)

    11 months ago

  18. Tyler Galpin Tyler Galpin

    @Benjamin Brown @Jack Fahnestock Some guy spamming a bunch of shots about how some other designer ripped off his work. Then he deleted the comment. Weird.

    11 months ago

  19. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    good work man! loved the responsive aspect as well :) but mobile view i hit on pads and nothing happened and then suddenly a lightbox and i couldnt exit!

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  20. Alastair Taylor Alastair Taylor

    Looking good. At first I thought the "Hide this pad" button just closed the lightbox. Maybe rewording it slightly and using a thumbs down icon rather than an x might help. It feels like adding a separate close button might help too - when you just click off the lightbox, i think that i might move or zoom the map.

    And most importantly only 1 pad allows dogs!! Get that fixed pronto :p

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  21. Kevin Sharon Kevin Sharon

    Nice work dude. I dig the price/bedroom/bath meta.

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  22. Mads Burcharth Mads Burcharth

    So awesome.

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    11 months ago

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