Be nice. Or else.
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Totally valid point, thank you! I was worried it would be a bit too generic for people to grok, even as an early landing page. Your comment confirms that!
I'll put a video together soon to show it off a bit more, especially the speed :) It's lightning-fast to add tasks and designs across projects, assign to different team members, etc.
Should be fixed now.
I appreciate the comment! I was too focused on my MBP-to-mobile viewports. Thanks!
Any questions about how it works? Let me know!
Really curious to figure out if Lingo and Abstract can play nice together, or if they're mutually exclusive.
A trademark of plagiarism is an exact copy. Is the report an exact copy? No, but it's incredibly close. And this new product is for a different service "Eventbrite" vs. "Stripe", but it's an analytics platform. That's a huge similarity.
Also, they duplicated exact copy that Josh or I wrote for the Baremetrics site. That's literally plagiarism.
For what it's worth, I designed the majority of the new Baremetrics website and I confirm that I didn't plagiarize a darn thing. Even that striped email header is an element I created from scratch (didn't see anything else that made me think of it). I created a bunch of versions of it and just liked this the best.
How has your blogging over the years helped with the growth of your design business? Do you have a sense for how many of your clients come through that channel or trust you because of it? It's a balance I'm trying to figure out for myself. I wonder if the days of a blog driving traffic and creating customer relationships are behind us.
I tell them users don't scroll only if the layout looks like everything is above the fold. Users have no issue scrolling if their content is cut off. I place the main CTA above "the fold" and intentionally cut-off secondary content to encourage scrolling.
That's one smart web design shop. So refreshing to see them accomplish at such a high level, and do so by believing in themselves, their work environment, and their community.
Be nice. Or else.
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