Be nice. Or else.
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Those marquees are brilliant, I had to do a double take when I realized that each line only had one speaker in it.
One of the main reasons I switched to Mac in the first place was that type and colour display was so wonderful by default.
This is the biggest reason I design in Windows, interestingly enough. I have to cover all bases or else I might as well be throwing sand in people's eyes.
Also don't do push notifications and pop up sign up forms
Spoiler alert! It's their in house doo-hickey with a dumb name, you can see it here: https://github.com/vigetlabs/colonel-kurtz
You know how you can copy an image, and then go into Facebook messenger and paste the image directly into the chat field, automatically uploading it? I would kill for that.
I have a Webflow shirt that I love wearing and I'm amused at the Wolfdew reference in the second video :)
I love all of the updates you came out with today! Any word on how much longer until Webflow Interactions 2.0 come out?
I liked the playfulness as well (there's a huge double-standard around here, I'm sure as hell there was a Bloomberg website with the same feel and people loved it). However, I clicked everywhere before I clicked the menu, it was kind of confusing.
I will admit that the hardest part of building this website was making the navigation bar rhyme with the tagline.
I love Webflow - my firm relies solely on it, so we're exceptionally grateful. However, I've been worrying about the consequences of our over-reliance on Webflow, because our team (I and two other graphic design based individuals) don't feel the need to learn how to code, especially now that Webflow CMS covers 99% of what our clients want from us. (But I must say, they really enjoy it!)
I have two questions: 1. What is our team missing if our web design knowledge is solely based in Webflow? 2. What should I encourage my team to learn beyond Webflow?
The full list of what's involved, for those interested (use google translate) http://www.zhihu.com/question/27844479
Be nice. Or else.
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