Corey Ginnivan

Corey Ginnivan

Perth, Australia Lead Designer @ Appbot Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Brett J.

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  • Posted to Huge invites wave to Invision Studio, in reply to Joe Blau , Mar 26, 2018

    I imagine it's because it's essentially a replication of your layer panel (not a library) but with the addition of keyframes, so makes sense to have an expanded view in the same place. You're only setting up a beginning and end keyframe, so a full-width timeline isn't as necessary.

    2 points
  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Andrew Nicoletta , Mar 19, 2018

    This was loosely the outcome of not having money to throw at photoshoots/props for every recipe, wanting to stand out, and just my design style - big fan of clean, simple and usable designs :)

    1 point
  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Kostas Avlonitis , Mar 19, 2018

    No worries mate, if you've got any more questions just hit me up on Twitter, would be happy to answer

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Denis Rojcyk , Mar 19, 2018

    Or is it the harsh reality of today's society that an aussie can't say "shit's about to get real" when cooking gnocchi.

    5 points
  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Kostas Avlonitis , Mar 19, 2018

    "absolute gem" - was that a ruby pun? :D

    And yeah definitely look in to it. Middleman paired with Netlify was an absolute breeze to work with.

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Kostas Avlonitis , Mar 19, 2018

    Thanks man!

    It's built using Middleman with the Middleman-blog extension (so Ruby/Rails/Sass). Pulling in the recipe data from front-matter/markdown. The repo is all public, so feel free to pick it apart :D https://github.com/CoreyGinnivan/urbanplate

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Matt Sharpe , Mar 18, 2018

    Thanks mate, will look in to it :D

    The gnocchi is bloody tasty if I do say so myself

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Helen Vling , Mar 18, 2018

    Thanks mate! Cooking is such a great was to keep the creativity flowing.

    If you haven't tried the coffee lemonade, then get on ti :P soooo good.

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to Mike Stevenson , Mar 18, 2018

    This was originally a mistake, but I got a lot of positive feedback on loving the images go over the text, so I decided to keep it :P

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  • Posted to Side Project: Urban Plate, in reply to joe anderson , Mar 18, 2018

    I've got a Foldio2 lightbox (made by Orange Monkey), which I just throw the food in to and take some snaps. Then I just bring the photos in to photoshop and cut them out (with various methods), fix up the photos (colour balance, contrast, saturation, etc). With the companies to help out, I'll be releasing a better page explaining it, but would just love a couple of sponsors to help cover the cost of new plates/props, ingredients hosting, etc - just to help keep it running with minimal cost. More money = more recipes quicker!

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