• Bugsy Sailor, 1 year ago

    Ashraf,

    Love the long thoughtful response, thank you.

    1. Showing the framed photo was part sales pitch, it used to default to just the photo. But the other reason is that I want to give it some feeling of a tangible thing you can hold or that can be on a wall

    2) Absolutely possible to do some type of tap/hover interaction of all the data. There have been a few other options I've thought of but not really explored. I'm sure the site will continue to evolve.

    Love the additional feedback. My biggest struggle from the beginning was how to see the full calendar, then dive into a month, and then a single day, and navigating between. It may not be intuitive by clicking the months name brings you up to the month, and then year of the sunrise brings you back to the entire calendar.

    As of now, swipe interactions might be beyond my skillset, something I'd be happy to explore.

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    • Ashraf AliAshraf Ali, 1 year ago

      I agree, the UI challenge is tough. I still think you did a great job overall. Perhaps seasons would also be an appropriate sort vs months. Seeing sunsets change over the seasons has a special something (or you can go full on http://www.kurashikata.com/72seasons/ but that's another path :)

      Keep on shipping! Thanks

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