• Web Development - WAYWO - #8
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Don't suppose I could get some CC on some of the stuff I've been working on lately? [t]http://i.imgur.com/4agGbXu.png[/t] and [t]http://i.imgur.com/so69ADo.png[/t]
Continuing my portfolio page: [url]http://raisum.co.nf/[/url]
[QUOTE=Drag#!;44555164]Continuing my portfolio page: [url]http://raisum.co.nf/[/url][/QUOTE] Don't know if you're open for input, but I'd change the placing and style of the pagination thing. And also move the copyright stuff up in to the other footer? Other than that it looks really good and simple.
Bit of CC on this would be lovely [thumb]http://puu.sh/8akQ1.png[/thumb]
[QUOTE=wizard`;44556448]Bit of CC on this would be lovely [thumb]http://puu.sh/8akQ1.png[/thumb][/QUOTE] use actual example content instead of lorem ipsum. its a simple clean page. looks fine.
hey y'all it's ifaux i got two questions 1) how the fuck can i get in contact w/ someone who can change the password on my main i've tried using the contact shit and i've never received a reply. the email i used the account for is long gone but i could totally prove that it's me via the steam account that's it connected too or some shit idk. 2) could someone lend me some server space? like 10mb of space just so i can fuck around with code and design and shit. im basically the only person who's gonna be seeing it and stuff so dont worry about bandwidth and shit idk thatd be sick as shit thanks.
[QUOTE=iamclandestine;44556947]hey y'all it's ifaux i got two questions 1) how the fuck can i get in contact w/ someone who can change the password on my main i've tried using the contact shit and i've never received a reply. the email i used the account for is long gone but i could totally prove that it's me via the steam account that's it connected too or some shit idk. 2) could someone lend me some server space? like 10mb of space just so i can fuck around with code and design and shit. im basically the only person who's gonna be seeing it and stuff so dont worry about bandwidth and shit idk thatd be sick as shit thanks.[/QUOTE] You could use any free hosting site, or Dropbox, or Heroku, or a local server.
[QUOTE=supersnail11;44557012]You could use any free hosting site, or Dropbox, or Heroku, or a local server.[/QUOTE] didn't want to use dropbox (idk just doesnt feel natural [sweat drip smile emoji]) or a free hosting site (dodgy) but what i'll look into heroku. a local server would work too i guess if i could set it up - i do intend on sharing w/ small amounts of people but obviously nothing that'd bring a server to it's knees ty friend
[QUOTE=Drag#!;44555164]Continuing my portfolio page: [url]http://raisum.co.nf/[/url][/QUOTE] It seems you are using the same content on both pages and doing pagination on the content -- I think it would be much easier to put your content in a database and use php or something to bring the content to the site? Then you don't have to shuffle around pages putting the same images in multiple places manually Looks good though :v [editline]16th April 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=iamclandestine;44556947]hey y'all it's ifaux i got two questions 1) how the fuck can i get in contact w/ someone who can change the password on my main i've tried using the contact shit and i've never received a reply. the email i used the account for is long gone but i could totally prove that it's me via the steam account that's it connected too or some shit idk.[/QUOTE] Drop a mod a pm, they can change your pass
Still working on my monitoring site for those that remember it, made quite a few changes(sorry for a lot of images); Front page overview (not too much has changed) [t]http://tbx.me/w80O2U.png[/t] List showing the current monitors(shows SSL and where you are pinging the website from) [t]http://tbx.me/pj2c.png[/t] You can choose where to ping your website from, a few locations included [t]http://tbx.me/fi0NWe.png[/t] Normal stats page [t]http://tbx.me/Nyb..png[/t] Advanced stats with more information (not sure about the borders) [t]http://tbx.me/27ym.png[/t] And simple toggle boxes! [t]http://tbx.me/PjmoF.png[/t] Any feedback would be great :) still trying to get everything looking neat.
[quote]sorry for a lot of images[/quote] I am certain that there are never enough images if they show distinct things and are thumbed, especially in WAYWO
[QUOTE=miceiken;44555777]Don't know if you're open for input, but I'd change the placing and style of the pagination thing. And also move the copyright stuff up in to the other footer? Other than that it looks really good and simple.[/QUOTE] Sure I'm open for input. Where and how should I place the pagination then if I may ask?
I don't see much wrong with the pagination, most websites usually only have it at the bottom, but Facepunch does have it at the bottom and top. However your top pagination is next to your content, but the bottom one is spaced out from it. They should both have equal spacing from the content
[QUOTE=wizard`;44556448]Bit of CC on this would be lovely [thumb]http://puu.sh/8akQ1.png[/thumb][/QUOTE] [img]http://i.imgur.com/qS2pCVE.png[/img] ok so this just about fucks up the whole thing originally i was just gonna post some "OH GOD PLS FIX THIS" in reference to the lines not lining up or fitting into the corners of the screens but now i've got a bunch of nitpicking for you. for starters i think it'd make sense to go mobilest -> mobile -> nonmobile (iphone/ipad whatever that is -> laptop -> desktop) and the proportions on ur phone/tablet device seems kinda wonky. so fix that shit and also for the love of god fix the alignment of the corner lines also i think the illustrations in the circles would be neater if they didnt have shadows. maybe im wrong [editline]16th April 2014[/editline] also it kinda seems like the desktop proportions are kinda wonky as well it's smaller than the rest
[QUOTE=ifaux;44565030][img]http://i.imgur.com/qS2pCVE.png[/img] ok so this just about fucks up the whole thing originally i was just gonna post some "OH GOD PLS FIX THIS" in reference to the lines not lining up or fitting into the corners of the screens but now i've got a bunch of nitpicking for you. for starters i think it'd make sense to go mobilest -> mobile -> nonmobile (iphone/ipad whatever that is -> laptop -> desktop) and the proportions on ur phone/tablet device seems kinda wonky. so fix that shit and also for the love of god fix the alignment of the corner lines also i think the illustrations in the circles would be neater if they didnt have shadows. maybe im wrong [editline]16th April 2014[/editline] also it kinda seems like the desktop proportions are kinda wonky as well it's smaller than the rest[/QUOTE] sweet ill change em right away, thanks
Even though this is something I worked on a few months ago, as part of a project for Nike (yes, the shoe company), I'm finally able to post it now. Long story short, I was in charge of design and development (both frontend and backend), along with my colleague, and Nike Creative Review more or less slaughtered everything. Just to give you a small taste, this is how a page was originally intended to look like: [t]http://img.pointlimit.com/js9smmasog6f5.png[/t] And this is how it became after Creative Review "reviewed" it: [t]http://img.pointlimit.com/ikq7awwk1bmfym.png[/t] If anyone needs more context, I'm happy to provide, but remember folks: Creative Review is not your ally.
eh its not bad [editline]17th April 2014[/editline] i actually think i prefer the revised one oops
I prefer the revised one too. I think the important stuff is more prominent in it, as it should be.
yeah it's way more clear what the hell is going on and apparently what the hell i'm supposed to do. i dig the skeuomorphism ticket idea but it's sort of a weird digital skeuo combo and it's messing w/ me. i'm a huge skeuomorphism fan if you can pull it off right (see: os x 10.7 ical [which actually got a ton of shit but personally i think it's one of the best examples of it]). also the getting a much clearer, larger picture of your shoe (i'm assuming) is much nicer as well [editline]17th April 2014[/editline] the real crime here was them getting rid of the nike logo breadcrumb [editline]17th April 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=Dorkslayz;44292041]...and a Wikipedia article as well as a blog article in The Wall Street Journal. [URL]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2048_(game)[/URL] [URL]http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2014/03/18/want-to-stay-anonymous-dont-make-a-hit-computer-game/[/URL][/QUOTE] Are you fucking serious the kid i used to get into skype arguments with in the general web dev chat™ made this shit what the fuck this is insane i'm late as fuck but i had no clue you made this gab what the fuck dude [editline]17th April 2014[/editline] Fuck this stupid fucking thread now i want to make something goddammit
[QUOTE=ifaux;44567820] Are you fucking serious the kid i used to get into skype arguments with in the general web dev chat™ made this shit what the fuck this is insane i'm late as fuck but i had no clue you made this gab what the fuck dude [editline]17th April 2014[/editline] Fuck this stupid fucking thread now i want to make something goddammit[/QUOTE] I had the same feeling when my housemate sent me a link to this game and I saw "Gabriele Cirulli" at the bottom. At first I was like "wtf", then "oh, I know this guy, lol". Does he still go on this forum?
[QUOTE=Crhem van der B;44568966]Does he still go on this forum?[/QUOTE] Yes.
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;44567760]I prefer the revised one too. I think the important stuff is more prominent in it, as it should be.[/QUOTE] The whole idea behind the first version was the "offline" user experience. Since this was an exclusive limited-edition shoe reservation system, we wanted to provide users with something they can "hold" onto, once the experience was over. Something like a small souvenir. Now, I agree with you that the information in the final version is more "prominent", however, this is what was outlined in the presentation PDF accompanying the first version: "Additionally, reservation information could be displayed separately and in a more streamlined manner ..."
Finished the GMOD Stats Site for my Community. [URL="http://crossfiregaming.net/gmod/"]http://crossfiregaming.net/gmod/[/URL]
[QUOTE=ToXIcGaming;44570206]Finished the GMOD Stats Site for my Community. [/QUOTE] You know, if I didn't know better, I would think somebody had took the (un-paid) [URL="http://crossfiregaming.net/gmod/resource/css/demo.css"]live preview stylesheet[/URL] of [URL="http://themeforest.net/item/mws-admin-full-featured-admin-template/1460451"]this[/URL] and added crap on top of it. I could tell without even looking at the source that you hadn't made it because the base looked good but the GMod specific stuff looked out of place completely
[QUOTE=Coffeee;44570457]You know, if I didn't know better, I would think somebody had took the (un-paid) [URL="http://crossfiregaming.net/gmod/resource/css/demo.css"]live preview stylesheet[/URL] of [URL="http://themeforest.net/item/mws-admin-full-featured-admin-template/1460451"]this[/URL] and added crap on top of it. I could tell without even looking at the source that you hadn't made it because the base looked good but the GMod specific stuff looked out of place completely[/QUOTE] I didnt claim to have made the style but i made the rest.
[QUOTE=NoFaTe;44569508]The whole idea behind the first version was the "offline" user experience. Since this was an exclusive limited-edition shoe reservation system, we wanted to provide users with something they can "hold" onto, once the experience was over. Something like a small souvenir. Now, I agree with you that the information in the final version is more "prominent", however, this is what was outlined in the presentation PDF accompanying the first version: "Additionally, reservation information could be displayed separately and in a more streamlined manner ..."[/QUOTE] The information is more streamlined on the second version. It's easier to scan, there's less irrelevant information that's given heavy presence. Take the person's name on the first version as an example. The person buying the shoes knows what their name is. The pickup time and date are [B]way[/B] more important than the person's name and shoe size. To me it sounds like you just got too attached to the cute ticket metaphor and let that take precedence over making it the best experience for the end user, and then got upset that it got taken out to make the experience better because you were attached to it.
[QUOTE=ToXIcGaming;44570615]I didnt claim to have made the style but i made the rest.[/QUOTE] It's still stealing and you can be sent a DCMA request that you have to comply with by the creator of the theme.
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;44571032]The information is more streamlined on the second version. It's easier to scan, there's less irrelevant information that's given heavy presence. Take the person's name on the first version as an example. The person buying the shoes knows what their name is. The pickup time and date are [B]way[/B] more important than the person's name and shoe size.[/QUOTE] You should probably read my previous message again. [QUOTE=KmartSqrl;44571032]To me it sounds like you just got too attached to the cute ticket metaphor and let that take precedence over making it the best experience for the end user, and then got upset that it got taken out to make the experience better because you were attached to it.[/QUOTE] I should note that all the information that's present in every single page (and version) was explicitly requested by them. Even the ticket was their idea. I had no say whatsoever as to what would be presented, only as to how. If it was up to me, the final version would contain both ways of displaying this information (as suggested in the presentation PDF I mentioned earlier).
[QUOTE=NoFaTe;44571580]You should probably read my previous message again.[/QUOTE] Why? [QUOTE=NoFaTe;44571580]I should note that all the information that's present in every single page (and version) was explicitly requested by them. Even the ticket was their idea. I had no say whatsoever as to what would be presented, only as to how. [B]If it was up to me, the final version would contain both ways of displaying this information (as suggested in the presentation PDF I mentioned earlier).[/B][/QUOTE] That would be even worse! Duplicating all the information because one of the ways it's being displayed is less usable is a big indication that you need to drop that display method and only use the one that works better. A client requesting something doesn't mean you can't push back and say "I think we should exclude this for reason x". Part of your job as a designer is to help your client figure out what they [I]really[/I] need. It's not to blindly follow every brief you're handed. Being a designer is not just about being a pixel pusher.
Very rough wip concept. I'm having a hard time choosing a colour palette -- any tips would be great. [t]http://i.imgur.com/BLilLwc.png[/t]
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