Carl Yung

Joined over 5 years ago

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

    There are alternatives such as 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:, 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?

    1 point
  • 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 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).

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

    Webflow site. 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.

    2 points
  • 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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