Love the design, but the scrolling between projects is a tad too slow - I want to scan through your projects quickly.
Does anyone actually care about scrolljacking? I see designers complain about it but I've never actually heard anyone else mention it.
Not sure what are you asking for. It's basics of HCI. People are interacting with your interface. The interface doesn't respond to user's input the way they expected & it's unpleasant => back to the drawing table.
I'm asking if anyone other than designers care about scrolljacking. It seems to be the go-to complaint for ux designers but I've never heard any of my friends, family or anybody in user testing say they cared or noticed it. It still does what the user is expecting, albeit in a slightly different way. In this example I think it is done well.
But thats just my anecdotal 2 cents.
Get somebody to use it and observe. Let me know what happened. ;)
Yeah that's what I mean. I have! Nobody seems to mind at all. Oh well, just something I noticed. Maybe it's just me.
Love the work you did for Thriva! The illustration style is so friendly, and unique to what other people are doing in healthcare right now.
I can't seem to get past the black intro screen with the word POINT in the middle.
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