Be nice. Or else.
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Some people are simply saying, to them, that color change isn't worth $8. Price complaints are still valuable feedback for the creators, since lowering the price but with larger amount of buyers might still result in larger profit.
The amount of money I earn doesn't affect the value of something I want to buy. If I earn $250 per hour, it makes it easier to pay for a $20 coffee cup, but it doesn't mean that that coffee cup is now suddenly worth $20.
People who think the plugin is worthy of $8 (I certainly do) will buy it. I don't think it's a problem that people are complaining at all.
There're dozen of us affinity designer users!
I recently have the same problems on these type of interactive scroll site -- I just keep looking forward to the next interaction & didn't read a word
The site is clean, text is easy to read, gives a very friendly vibe and seems to be very well made. A few things I notice:
The copy of the first page ends with a question, 'What can we help you with?' but doesn't give something actionable
photos are breathtaking & given a large amount of space, but no clear link to the message of the site
It bothers me that the logo on the left & company name on the right does nothing on click other than linking back to home, but that might not be so important
Thanks for this. I usually manually inspect & remove the sticky bar when I read hackernoon's articles. Whoever in charge of hackernoon's medium header design, please consider change that damn color to something more pleasant
If i get a cent for every time I try to increase music volume in my music app but increase my ring volume instead i'd be at least $1.00 richer
Agreed. I thought burger usually do better articles than this. Slightly unrelated, but youtube app on iOS have implemented their own non-obstructive volume slider before this whole notch thing.
thanks, using fontbase now -- didn't know there was nice free solution like this!
That's a nice idea!
Holy shit, looks like a ton of work!! Can't wait to try it out.
Be nice. Or else.
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