john dang

designer and developer Joined about 8 years ago via an invitation from Krystian F.

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  • Posted to GIF Dance Party, Nov 05, 2015

    this is amazing! lol

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  • Posted to How to become an awesome designer in 365 days, Jul 22, 2015

    wow this is really inspiring, awesome work!

    2 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Updated Portfolio, Jan 13, 2015

    i like it, very simple and clean.

    if i had to critique i'd say it looks a little too much like a bootstrap template, maybe because of the button styles?

    one thing i'd fix is the sticky nav, the title on the left has no left-padding while the nav on the right does, so it looks a little off on certain screen sizes.

    1 point
  • Posted to New Southwest Airlines site, in reply to News Today , Sep 08, 2014

    because responsive is the best approach for people to view it across multiple platforms other than desktop, like phones and tablets.

    you'd think such a big company like southwest would have this, considering a lot of people who visit their site to book flights would be doing it on their phones/tablets.

    fyi, they do have a mobile version but it breaks if you switch between landscape/portrait. an issue you most likely wouldn't have if it was a responsive site to begin with.

    2 points
  • Posted to This is the new Foursquare, in reply to Jonathan Levy , Jul 23, 2014

    am i missing something? what am i looking at here?

    1 point
  • Posted to Target Redesign....ummmm., Nov 21, 2013

    anyone have a screenshot of their old design to compare?

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  • Posted to "Better Together" Trailer, GitHub, Oct 24, 2013

    nice, i've been meaning to learn github but could never wrap my brain around it by just reading about it. this looks like a fun way of learning.

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  • Posted to THIS IS WATER - David Foster Wallace [video], Sep 12, 2013

    i've seen this video before. it was really surprising and sad to find out that the same person who gave such a great motivational speech that really hit close to home for me, was known to battle depression for over 20 years and ended up taking his own life.

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