Carl Yung

Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Why the Comment Section on Dribbble Sucks, Jun 05, 2016

    There are alternatives such as http://www.draftr.xyz/. BUT it instead has problem with discoverability, sharing (you still have to manually share a link around instead of automatically popping up in peoples feeds), and presentation of your work, IMHO.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Zoe - Freelancers Network for Startups, in reply to Yang Meyer , Feb 11, 2016

    It could get annoying pretty fast if one revisits the site often. It doesn't seem to happen only on the first visit - which I would have preferred?

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  • Posted to Show DN: callmecavs.com, Feb 11, 2016

    Nice and clean! Though the plus/minus in the About-section made no sense to me. Those icons are more commonly used in design patterns for zoom and/or size manipulation. Perhaps try using up/down arrows if you want to come off as more intuitive, rather than edgy?

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  • Posted to Prototyping in Xcode without a single line of code, Jan 19, 2016

    "You need to install Adobe Flash Player to play this video." Really, in 2016?

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  • Posted to Site Design: Bakken & Bæck, Jan 12, 2016

    Nice but it reminds me too much of ia.net to consider it original.

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  • Posted to The Sad State of Web Development, Jan 12, 2016

    Overreacting. Though it is kind of funny that we these days are "compiling" JavaScript.

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  • Posted to Google recommends inlining small CSS, in reply to Nicolás Joel Engler , Jan 12, 2016

    For small SPA's you could compile your SASS to CSS and then inline all of the CSS into the HTML (using Gulp for example).

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  • Posted to Show DN: VIVIDAURA - An invite only club for creatives, Jan 04, 2016

    Webflow site. Typeform.com questioneer, that asks for a bunch of my personal information but not ironically not my portfolio (not directly anyways). 30€ price tag notice.

    This looks to me like a classic “lets test our business idea”-landing page. Doubt any actual service exists at this point.

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  • Posted to AngularJS vs. React — Which One to Pick?, in reply to Aaron Larner , Jan 02, 2016

    One of the biggest benefits with React is that it easily attaches to existing frameworks. Comes as no surprise, I think, that React comes from Facebook which was mostly built on PHP.

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