Be nice. Or else.
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Yessss I've been using this since...2008? I've tried some of its competitors like Things and it just never clicked like THL.
I really wish they would release an updated version, but at least they're continuing to keep it updated for newer operating systems. I've been tempted to make an HTML5 version for myself, but I know I'll never be able to sell it.
Maybe add a progress meter in addition to the loading icon? Even if the progress is faked, it would help reassure to viewer that it isn't broken.
Even people who are looking for this type of work don't always sit around. A really great client or employer might be going through a list of website, wait on yours for 10 seconds and move on to the next on the list. Just because they appreciate it doesn't mean they will want to sit around for it.
I only say this because the inside of the that frame looks really great...it just takes a ridiculously long time to load.
I agree. I love the stuff inside the frame, but I'd like to be able to see more at once.
What I find ironic is this is that Apple have already made a similar decision with Safari Tabs. In Safari, the tabs fill the entire width of the window, while in Firefox, the tabs have a max-width.
Having not used a Touchbar, I'm not sure which I would prefer, but I think the shortcut key-sized buttons were a safe and familiar place to start. It leads to a predictable layout, which probably helps people get used to the new feature.
I'd guess anyone who might need Wordpress. Seems like they are adding features for small publications, too.
I wonder if LayerVault was ahead of its time, or if this next wave of similar products will see the same fate. Great idea, but for whatever reason, it didn't work out.
Yea, that white flash is really annoying. I'd rather have a normal page transition than that.
This isn't really design-related, is it? It is just a marketing form driven (and designed) by Typeform.
Photoshop has many alternatives with different feature-sets, but InDesign is a little more difficult to replace. Affinity Designer looks like it has some print-specific features, but I doubt that it does everything you might need InDesign to do.
Be nice. Or else.
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