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Wow, I can't believe how ungrateful you are towards the great human beings at Hexcolor.co. How dare you call their hard work "spam"?? Not only is it not spam, it just won us the Ford account!
True story, I was in a meeting with Mr Ford earlier today and when we suggested he make their next car red as a daring new branding strategy, he asked us if "red" was really the best color name. We were stumped. Can you imagine if it turned out there were better color names out there? What if Toyota or Oldsmobile or any of their other major competitors used these better color names? Ford would become the laughingstock of the entire industry!
Thankfully at that key moment I remembered the existence of Hexcolor.co so I quickly brought it up. And there it was: Barberry #ee1133, the guaranteed Best Color Name! Much better than "red"!
With this assurance, Mr Ford handed us a big check for a quintillion dollars and told us to get to work. The new Ford Barberry, coming to you soon in a local dealership!
Wow, the header is awesome! How did you make it?
Also small heads up: the Twitter site meta tag comes up as httpfuseblog instead of fuselinks.
I wrote up a short case study about the new Sidebar (http://sidebar.io/) design I just launched. It was fun to look at past iterations to remind myself of how the design has evolved!
I'll write more about it soon, but I wanted to rewrite the back-end for technical reasons (moving to a new database provider) as well as cost saving (migrating away from Mailchimp, removing thumbnail images from the site). So the new design was born as a way to accomodate all of these changes.
It's been three years since my last redesign of the site, but I finally had time to give it a fresh new coat of paint.
Also I just deployed this yesterday so I apologize in advance for any performance issues/slowness that I haven't worked out yet!
I still check DN every day as a source for potential Sidebar links. But yeah it's been getting less and less relevant lately…
What I meant is that "Storybook for Teams" makes it sound like a product put out by an entity or company called "Storybook". So to me it's a bit misleading and goes against that "open source belongs to no one" philosophy.
I would have no problem with a product called "Classroom – Storybook for Teams" for example. I just find that piggy-backing on an established open-source product's brand and reputation so closely is a bit of a grey area for me.
Well in the case of "LottieFiles", "Lottie" is a qualifier for "Files", so it's a bit clearer that it's a site built around the Lottie ecosystem: "Files for Lotties".
"StorybookForTeams" though makes it sound much more like an "official" project since "Storybook" is the main noun in the construct.
For example, do you see no difference between "HaikuFiles.com" and "HaikuForTeams.com"?
This looks like a cool service but I'm not sure how comfortable I am with reusing the branding of an open-source project for a paid product?
I know the MIT license enables commercial use (at least for the code – I'm really not sure how it applies to the Storybook name and/or logo) but my gut feeling is that I'd be more comfortable if the product didn't have "Storybook" in its name or reused the same icon.
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