Paul Macgregor - Works(

over 4 years ago from ChrisArchitec t, webdev, ops & solver of things

  • Paul MacgregorPaul Macgregor, over 4 years ago

    If you can't flash some bright pink onto a screen on your own website, where can you?

    Honestly - it's not that important. It breaks lots of UX rules - being a sensible, expected, well written account of my work wasn't really the point.

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    • Account deleted over 4 years ago

      Yeah I know man. People take this too seriously. Like I said, it hurt my eyes a bit when I did it. This isn't some FMCG site so it doesnt matter. You can still see you have shithot work from the site (once you scroll down haha) and thats the point.

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    • Richard BallermannRichard Ballermann, over 4 years ago

      I think it's a pretty cool detail. A simple 0.2-0.5s fade-in on the pink would probably help smooth out the jarring flash when you introduce it.

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    • Pedro MC FernandesPedro MC Fernandes, over 4 years ago

      I don't see the point in indicating the screen resize... Is it just a random idea for the fun?

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