Mitch Samuels

Minneapolis Developer Joined over 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Keyframes.app - an interactive CSS toolbox to make animations, box-shadows, colors, and more, May 22, 2020

    Hello!

    I've been working on a CSS toolbox to help visually create some more advanced CSS properties - @keyframe animations, multi-layered shadows, etc.

    I just tied everything together and got it online, and I'm looking for feedback.

    I'm also looking for more ideas for tools I could add. If there's something you do regularly that could be made faster with a tool like the ones on Keyframes, let me know! I plan to keep adding more tools as I get ideas.

    A little about the project: Tools like this already exist, but I wanted them all in one place, with the same design, and I also wanted some features other tools didn't have. I also wanted to learn Vue, so this is my first project using Vue. It uses localstorage to save data and preferences - no database, supports touch & gestures, some keyboard shortcuts, and is a proper PWA that works offline. I also wanted it to be as smooth as possible, and feel as close to native as possible on mobile - so I spent extra time doing all of the design/LESS without any external frameworks.

    I would love to hear some feedback or suggestions!

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  • Posted to Where do you collect design inspiration for easy access, browsing, etc?, Dec 05, 2018

    My favorite tool for this has been raindrop.io. Nice UI, easy to organize, cross-platform. Before that I would just use the built in bookmarks feature on whatever site I was using, but I also wanted it all in one place.

    So now Raindrop is one window that's constantly open, and I throw everything in there and keep it well organized.

    But now that you have me thinking about Raindrop, I just looked at their Twitter and Android app. Twitter has been silent for months and the Android app hasn't been updated in a year, so those could be some bad signs. ugh.

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  • Posted to What are the web-based tools to help create animations (pure HTML + CSS) you recommend?, Oct 24, 2018

    Was it keyframes.net? - I've been seeing that pop up on Twitter recently.

    Or if you're looking for a tool to help make animations, I made keyframes.app - an extension for Chrome to let you create animations on any element on any page. :)

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  • Posted to Transform your LinkedIn into a spectacular resume, Feb 06, 2018

    Hello! I just released Ceev, which is a super simple way to create a one-page resume/CV right from your LinkedIn.

    I'd love to hear what you guys think, and would really like to know about any bugs anyone finds :)

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