Be nice. Or else.
Little Falls, NY Developer Advocate at NodeSource Joined about 4 years ago Tierney has invited Michael Rhodes
This isn't really news about design... is there a connection that I'm missing? DN isn't really the place to advertise a fantasy football league, as that is quite far outside the scope of DN's targeted content.
Sorry to be crude, but Designer News isn't a platform to promote Product Hunt, or any other "support our cause" type of post. Flat.io itself might be worth posting, but please don't beg for upvotes. A product being on Product Hunt isn't news for designers.
Saw this in a YouTube ad: http://outlive.life/
In my experience, going by the standards of English reading is best - content flows from left to right in a linear way - page 1, page 2, page 3. The newest comes first, the oldest is where the story finishes with "The End". This is a practice that will feel natural to just about anyone in the US, UK, Canada, Aus., and many European countries.
Open Office? http://www.openoffice.org/
If you're going to diss something, at least try to do it with proper spelling
It's okay. The icons in the header are broken on Firefox Latest/Win8. The parallax effect in the headers is super subtle and sort of unsettling--I like it. Feels like it needs more content, word-wise.
1: Wuthering Heights
2: The Vampire Chronicles: If you have fewer rather than more credits, Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, Queen of the Damned, Memnoch the Devil, and Blood and Gold are the best.
I was talking about the article. I wanted to hear how your company is dealing/working with/developing with deep linking.