Be nice. Or else.
Designer Joined almost 3 years ago
Surprised it's not a blank page with an Amazon affiliate link to the Dell UH2515H - Incredibly solid monitor, great glare coating (imo), under $325 shipped Prime. Not quite retina but still a very nice resolution for the screen size. Have one at work and one at my home workstation.
Oh man why do the card tags disappear when I hover over the card - I want to click them! ...not have them disappear and be replaced with something else
https://formkeep.com/ from thoughtbot
I can't tell you how little I wanted to scan that QR code.
Not sure what your actual question is, but I've found that Middleman is THE best way to construct static sites, and along the way you'll be creating replicable and understandable partials, layouts, scss structure, etc., Surprised it hasn't been mentioned yet, although there isn't a CMS component it does auto-generate content pages from a single JSON file ;)
I mentioned the Bee interface is a bit cluttered. It would look the same if I was using FogBugz or GitHub Issues - Jira is just the context I'm viewing the interface through.
Most issue tracking systems display essentially the same fields, so I'm really just asking if an integration is planned, not asking for any additional displayed items.
I don't find myself actively looking for a replacement, I enjoy using Bee and they update frequently, I was just curious if this project would support Jira in the future.... Akin to asking my mail client to support a new email service - sure it's probably extra backend complexity, but let's not conflate that with extra UI complexity ;)
This looks good from what little they tell you on the site. I currently use Bee because it supports Jira (as well as a bunch of other issue trackers), and the interface is comprehensive, if a little cluttered - http://www.neat.io/bee/. Is Jira integration planned for Gitscout?
Off topic, but the header image takes a bit to load - almost 4mb (0.o).
But it is. Why isn't it a thing? It's a style of design, Bloomberg amongst the most popular... and some others: http://brutalistwebsites.com/
Fullstory lets you actually watch the user's actions, tried a trial and really really enjoyed it. Can't speak to Hotjar.