Navarr Barnier

Navarr Barnier

Lead Web Developer at The Shotbow Network Joined over 2 years ago

  • 1 story
  • 14 comments
  • 5 upvotes
  • Posted to DN 2.0 Status Report: A More Spacious Stories Layout and More, in reply to Maxwell Lind , Jul 21, 2015

    Oh i see the problem! https isn't listening on non-www ;)

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  • Posted to DN 2.0 Status Report: A More Spacious Stories Layout and More, Jul 21, 2015

    Now if you could make non-www work or at least redirect, I would be so happy.

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  • Posted to Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal) on Apple Watch, in reply to David Alandí , Jun 12, 2015

    A whole lot of this applies to the Android Wear camp as well. It is passive and it is fantastic.

    1 point
  • Posted to Whats new in Safari 9.0, in reply to Pirijan Keth , Jun 09, 2015

    Use your primary brand color. You don't want to use a high fidelity logo, but an icon.

    4 points
  • Posted to Whats new in Safari 9.0, in reply to Leon K , Jun 09, 2015

    From some cursory searches it doesn't appear to have been standardized at all.

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  • Posted to HTTTML - Create custom HTML tags, Jun 08, 2015

    If you like the concept but in a more serious note, this is essentially http://polymer-project.org/

    4 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Kentucky Fried Chicken, May 27, 2015

    Bothered a little by the responsive selection bar at the top. On mobile devices it's non-obvious that it scrolls left and right.

    Other than that, an immensely beautiful design. Kudos to the company that did it!

    1 point
  • Posted to "I couldn’t have been more disappointed in the Reddit community yesterday.", May 14, 2015

    What's currently at the top of the reddit post isn't that toxic. People saying the job description was written wrong, they were looking for a programmer, etc.

    There are some criticisms about her not being able to solve Fizzbuzz despite being very mathematically literate, but the vast majority are "it did it's role - the company was looking for an engineer, which she was not and they were not a fit."

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  • Posted to iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch, in reply to Taron Ghazaryan , Apr 06, 2015

    Notifications on your wrist are actually a very welcome improvement. It is more distracting than just ignoring your phone, but the difference between glancing at your wrist for a notification or checking your phone are insane.

    For the Watch, it's just a glimpse. For the phone it's generally pulling it out of my pocket or from wherever else I've set it and potentially unlocking it to see what it is. I use a Moto X so I see details about what the notification is generally, but I still have to interact with it to really see.

    A watch on the wrist is just a quick glance to know how interested or disinterest in the notification I am.

    I've been wearing a Moto 360 for months now and I think it's given my life a very subtle improvement (in connectivity, at least).

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  • Posted to iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch, in reply to Pierre de Milly , Apr 06, 2015

    That sounds like Apple is winning solely off of name recognition.

    Thank you for the glimpse.

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