Derek Timmerman

Derek Timmerman

Senior Developer, NJI Media Joined about 10 years ago via an invitation from Alex S.

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  • Posted to Vertical align anything with just 3 lines of CSS, in reply to Nick H , Jun 05, 2014

    Yep. Agreed. I use this trick, albeit sparingly.

    If it worked down to greater than/equal to IE8 on the other hand...

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  • Posted to Card—make your credit card form better in one line of code, in reply to Matt McInerney , Jun 05, 2014

    I believe your form implementation and it's action are separate from the interactive card preview generated by the plugin. His form submission is defaulting to GET, which is why you're seeing your field values in the query string.

    This is basically like Chosen or iCheck, but for form values.

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  • Posted to Best project-by-project management app?, May 23, 2014

    Big fan of Teamwork.

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  • Posted to Coffitivity, May 19, 2014

    Great app built by good people.

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  • Posted to Redsgned—A showcase of the very best redesigns from across the web, in reply to Klein Maetschke , May 10, 2014

    Seriously. Preach.

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  • Posted to Google Nest, May 08, 2014

    Some of the alt values are pretty subversive and amusing in their own right.

    "You want Google Nest"

    "Dont' trust the hand that holds the plant"

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  • Posted to Crafting link underlines on Medium, in reply to Alec Molloy , Mar 20, 2014

    I'm a fan of that. Since the underline sits under the text, I'm guessing this was not as simple as using a border?

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  • Posted to Crafting link underlines on Medium, in reply to Alec Molloy , Mar 19, 2014

    403 on that link, cowboy.

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  • Posted to Collecting inspirations and resources has just got A LOT better!, Mar 18, 2014

    I love this. Great job!

    Here's stuff I dig:

    1. Incredibly intuitive and easy to use. Product lives up to its name. I've stopped using similar services in the past because the capturing interactions weren't simple enough.

    2. Presentation of shared saved items is very clean and elegant.

    3. Nailed the onboarding demo. I believe it's always more effective when you can teach new users via interaction, rather than by explanation.

    Here's my one friendly criticism: without watching the intro video, the marketing site is vague. It's not immediately apparent what the product does.

    There are neither supporting paragraphs nor screenshots on the homepage, and the headline of "Drag & drop anything anywhere." could mean anything. If I had to guess what your product did based on the name and headline, I might assume drag and drop file sharing. I think you did a great job explaining your product & it's benefits in your DN post, so why not sneak a little bit of that copy onto the homepage?

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  • Posted to FontBomb—Plant font bombs on any web page, in reply to Shahruz Shaukat , Mar 18, 2014

    I bet the developer had a blast naming those JS methods.

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