Moe Amaya

Moe Amaya

San Francisco, CA Joined over 3 years ago

  • 42 stories
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  • 308 upvotes
  • Posted to Show DN: Cool Backgrounds, in reply to Yitong Zhang , May 24, 2018

    Makes em extra squishy

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  • Posted to Much Nicer CSS Gradient Builder, in reply to Glenn McComb , Apr 12, 2018

    Appreciate that Glenn but it already made the rounds when I launched it a month ago. Popped up again here on DN, but I'm not complaining :)

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  • Posted to Much Nicer CSS Gradient Builder, in reply to Shashwat Amin , Apr 11, 2018

    Hey Shashwat, where are you located? I've been actively working on SEO but since it's such a new site Google is taking time to rank it.

    But in the US I'm starting to see it rank around the top. CSS Gradient

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  • Posted to Much Nicer CSS Gradient Builder, in reply to Todd Cantley , Apr 10, 2018

    Yup! Give it a shot.

    background: radial-gradient(circle at bottom, #4d9f0c, transparent);

    4 points
  • Posted to Can anyone share their CV with me?, Apr 01, 2018

    There’s a great collection of talented designers and their resumes over at Best Folios: http://bestfolios.com/resumes

    9 points
  • Posted to What are the design related websites you visit at least once a week besides DN?, in reply to Olivier F , Feb 25, 2018

    Spectrum has an active frontend community that has a lot of these conversations. https://spectrum.chat/frontend.

    There also a lot helpful folks on twitter like https://mobile.twitter.com/anatudor and https://mobile.twitter.com/wesbos

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  • Posted to Show DN: New product design portfolio , in reply to adrian io , Feb 14, 2018

    Appreciate the feedback Adrian. Quite a few comments that the links are confusing, and I need to add hover effects, oops. But yea CSS Gradient isn't quite finished and I accidentally shipped with the link enabled.

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  • Posted to New Portfolio: Dixon & Moe, in reply to adrian io , Oct 25, 2017

    Thanks for the making a gif to show the issue Adrian! Really helps us out a whole heap.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Best Architecture Software List, in reply to Sam Solomon , Oct 14, 2017

    Yea that's the way we normalize prices across the products. It's not obvious, but we wrote a note about that at the bottom.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Best Architecture Software List, in reply to Jon Myers , Oct 13, 2017

    Thanks for keeping up with us and giving us your well articulated feedback.

    The audience for this product is 100% architects, but we posted it on DN since this audience appreciates time spent on web design and animations (unfortunately architects could care less).

    Yea so as you clearly elucidated, we're struggling with a clear identity seeing as we have multiple products and lots of random content.

    To respond to your UX concerns, this page is really for people looking for "Architecture Software". It's heavily SEO optimized so most of the traffic will be looking for something that's on this page, and not trying to find a call to action at the end (at least that's the intention).

    Then the homepage you clicked to is a single page describing our newest and now primary product, the Project Management tool for architects. Seeing as it's only a single page and there aren't any links on this page, hopefully it's straightforward enough for folks landing directly.

    All that justification aside, you're the first person to actually spend time to tell us there's some weird flows going on but I'm sure you're not the first to deal with them. We'll certainly take a closer look at how we limit or control the trajectories between pages.

    Thanks Jon!

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