Be nice. Or else.
Designer & Front-end Developer Joined almost 2 years ago
https://www.expensecheck.com.au here is an example of a landing page I designed and developed for a start-up where the only imagery on the site were illustrations that I made, trying to put together a narrative of how the software is used. I think consistency, and simplicity is the best option. You wouldn't want your site to have too much visual as therefore the user would not be able to concentrate on product or why it is valuable to them
I bought it :) what's your workflow with it? Like how would you build say a custom navbar of another component?
Is UX Power Tools worth it? It looks super nice and would save lots of time but are there any nitpicks or ways it gets in the way of the design? Do you use it for web or for mobile UI design?
Cinema 4d is really nice and relatively easy to learn. Here is nice tutorial on making an App icon from Greyscale Gorilla:
Also look into Blender which is free
I'm very excited! Also amazing work on Bootstrap 4! When do you think the full release will be out? Also is it difficult to work at GitHub and also on Bootstrap, creating two excellent products? (I'm a huge fan)
I was really contemplating that post title haha but I didn't make the extensions so I thought I shouldn't change what the maker decided
I'm mostly just waiting for Mark Otto's hints at some more design updates. I don't specifically hate it, but I hope that it looks more aesthetically pleasing with the new changes to GitHub.
That is a very pretty font, complimented perfectly with that pink and aqua colour palette. Great work!
I hate this. Can someone either rationalise my hatred or explain the value of this 'extensive' list of trends.