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I don't get your service. So it's uploading images and giving them a caption and they are presented on one page? Can clients leave comments?
Why would a designer choose you over other similar services?
Maybe there are more features that you haven't talked about.
Hey Vladimir - great journey and I like your vision statement, especially around helping people escape a grinding job and giving them tools to conquer the digital world ;)
Slight feedback for your own page - the font size is massive and made it harder to read. I'd dial it down a bit.
LIke it - simple, clean and to the point - no faff and no scroll-jacking and other fancy sh!t nobody asked for or needs ;)
Was slightly confused by 'Product Flow Best Practises' - tried to click on it and nothing happened - I guess it's coming soon. If so I'd make this clearer - maybe add 'coming soon'.
Btw, tried to access https://cssgradient.io/examples/ and getting a 404 (Code: NoSuchKey Message: The specified key does not exist.)
thanks. do you have a link to an actual source?
Congrats for launching...
Some 'first impressions' feedback and what I was thinking:
'What's the difference between poster 1 and 2 - let me click on it to see a bigger version. Hmmm, not much bigger.'
'Why are there only 2 posters that are almost alike?'
'How big is this actually? Banana for scale?'
So in summary, the thumbs are too small and both posters are very similar at that size and it's hard to make out the pattern even when you load the bigger version.
I'd suggest to add bigger versions and also print them out for yourself, hang them on the wall and take pictures of it, so people can see how it's in real life- and have a reference object in the photo.
And add more posters.
Wow - great portfolio - simple and great way of selling yourself as a designer.
But agree with others - custom scrolling is not so great... just let the browser handle it...
It's not what you think...
How the world loved the swastika - until Hitler stole it http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-29644591
The swastika symbol is ancient and meant 'well-being'. Obviously the nazis used it and ruined it - same with other symbols.
Hey - congrats on launching. At first glance - looks pretty neat and simple to use.
Was this 6 months full time?
You should write an article about how you built this - ups and downs etc and maybe have a case study of some orgs using it?
Congrats on the launch, can't wait to try it out properly.
However here is some feedback for your team.
So I just launched Framer and it asked me to enter a valid email address. Why? I last opened Framer a week ago or so.
I use several email addresses, so it took me a while to find the one I used to buy framer. I tried searching my emails for 'Paddle' or 'Motif Tools' - no luck. Then I read on your help section that you changed from Fast Spring to Paddle, so I searched my emails for 'Fastspring' and found the email address I used to buy Framer. I know this is quite an edge case and with being a bit more organised at my end this could have been avoided, but still it exists and you somehow need an account section where people can retrieve their key (e.g. new computer) including all the standard recovery options, e.g. forgot password, forgot username, etc. It could have been also avoided by you not asking for a valid email address while my license is still valid.
Your help section is quite thin and some of the things answered before seem to be missing. For example - after my 12 months license has expired, do I still get to use Framer? When I bought Framer a few months ago it said I would be able to.
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