• Matthew Farag, almost 7 years ago

    (No offence, Layervault.)

    3 points
    • Allan GrinshteinAllan Grinshtein, almost 7 years ago

      This is quite different from LayerVault, but even if it weren't we wouldn't take offense.

      3 points
    • c kizerc kizer, almost 7 years ago

      Really fantastic. I love the clean minimalism. I would love to see a fullscreen button. I know though in Safari you couldn't' add comments while in fullscreen (Apple limits keyboard input).

      What's the name of the JS library that applies a blur to everything on the dom? blur.js I forget I've seen it before it uses SVG filter right?

      0 points
  • Cole TownsendCole Townsend, almost 7 years ago

    Eff yeah Matthew. Eff yeah.

    2 points
  • Hampus OlssonHampus Olsson, almost 7 years ago


    2 points
  • Nick de JardineNick de Jardine, almost 7 years ago

    I can see this being very very useful, well done

    1 point
  • Jan CantorJan Cantor, almost 7 years ago

    Damn! This is sweet!

    My only comment is that little description below [frontpage] is really hard to read because it almost blends in with the background. I have to squint really hard. But otherwise you killin' it man! nice work!

    1 point
  • Al HaighAl Haigh, almost 7 years ago

    Not sure how you can say http://prevue.it is anywhere near sucking!

    As far as a really lightweight tool goes.. this looks great, nice job

    1 point
    • Martin GlassMartin Glass, almost 7 years ago

      Prevue is a good little tool. Red Pen looks nice too, but don't bash the others to promote your own thing! Especially when it's not very different...

      There's Prevue, Influenceapp, Notable, CageApp, Notism, Designsignoff, Noteboxapp, Discuss.io, and now RedPen. They all do the same thing.

      0 points
      • Matthew FaragMatthew Farag, almost 7 years ago

        You're right, Arty, being bashy is immature. I said it to express my frustration.

        And yes, whilst all those apps have the same feature checklist, they're very different in user experience. Some have lots of page reloads, some require lots of clicks, some require form-filling and email-inviting— all this contributes to the subject feeling that either the app is helping you get work done or just getting in your way.

        That's what I felt. That's why I felt motivated to learn Ruby and Rails and make my own thing.

        1 point
  • Brooks HassigBrooks Hassig, over 6 years ago

    You just made my life a little bit easier.

    1 point
  • Maksim PetrivMaksim Petriv, almost 7 years ago

    Very fresh.

    0 points
  • Sergi MiralSergi Miral, almost 7 years ago

    Nice work! I'll give it a try today at work :]

    0 points
  • Alex MacDonellAlex MacDonell, almost 7 years ago

    This is great!

    0 points
  • Jordan Price, almost 7 years ago

    Yeah seems fast & useful. Thanks!

    0 points
  • Ian GoodeIan Goode, almost 7 years ago

    How long did it take you to learn Ruby? Did you have any previous programming experience? I can hack together PHP but I've been looking at something like Ruby on Rails to build various little side projects with.

    I really like the animation and fluidity of Red Pen. Not sure I'd use it myself, but feels damn nice to use!

    0 points
  • Eduardo Del BalsoEduardo Del Balso, over 6 years ago

    Beautiful site. Did you build all the JS and CSS from scratch or did you use any tools?

    0 points