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Wow. The Michael Bay of UI motion design?
Good luck building this stuff and pissing off your users by eventually slowing them down.
Kudos for sticking to creating something every day and getting covered by digital computer arts.
I don't think we need to try invent new terms. The one we have works.
Here is how viable is defined:
viable: able to work as intended or able to succeed
Having a viable product means the user experience should be 'viable' as well.
Great work and love your style.
Just slight issue on the main CTA on the homepage, see image below:
Spot on. It feels like the designers are in a bubble, not really understanding their users.
I would really like to understand why they thought this was a good direction to go. The colours are horrible and so much wasted effort on brand design, while the previous brand assets were great - why alienate your users with such a 'bold' move? Just pour that money into enhancing the product itself.
Or maybe they do understand their users pretty well and their research let them to this redesign. In that case I must be at the most outer edge of their user base.
It's well executed, but feels nothing like Star Trek.
Don't forget your past and don't alienate existing Star Trek fans.
This looks great - thanks for putting this together.
Visual design is also great - reminds me very much of Intercom.
Thanks - I saw that, but I was more interested to find out what bit were Framer and which bits weren't.
So you've done all the motion stuff* in the video in Framer?
What would you do differently? What in your view isn't working and why?
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