Michael Ortali

Miami Founder @ www.creativelist.io, Previously @Pinterest, @YouTube, @Google, @Yahoo! Joined almost 7 years ago

  • 15 stories
  • Posted to Happy face to sad face, Mar 19, 2017

    This is genious. I love the fact that it's not an expression change but rather a roll effect.

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  • Posted to Buckets – Curate and collect your favourite websites, in reply to Jared White , Mar 14, 2017

    What I learned by launching creativelist.io is that if you ask for users to pay - even a very small amount, they don't want to do anything. It's a paradigm of its own.

    1 point
  • Posted to Pitch Cards by William Roy, Mar 14, 2017

    Really awesome idea. I love how it's not about the traditional pitch per say, but rather how to make this entire experience fun and entertaining.

    1 point
  • Posted to Promote your Portfolio for Free on CreativeList, The Creators Search Engine, in reply to srinivasulu palle , Mar 10, 2017


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  • Posted to Promote your Portfolio for Free on CreativeList, The Creators Search Engine, Mar 10, 2017

    Friends, I'm pretty excited about this. I launched CreativeList a while back and didn't expect to have such good amount of registrations. So to celebrate, anyone can register they website for free, starting today.

    3 points
  • Posted to Freelance Portfolio Feedback, Mar 09, 2017

    Lots of good comments on here. On a side note, I run www.creativelist.io, which is a creative search engine. Feel free to add your website to our index - it's free!

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  • Posted to Front-page by Microsoft , Mar 01, 2017

    Used to be used by thousands on of people to publish their website. Still stunning to see how much tech has evolved since 2015.

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  • Posted to Typography And The Oscars, in reply to Kyle Mitchell , Mar 01, 2017

    Yes. I was surprised as well. What was really odd is the argument here was about typography (which isn't the case), it's how the information is structured and organized.

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  • Posted to GitHub: New Blue, Mar 01, 2017

    Same here. Being on gihub everyday - those colors are particularly odd. It makes the UI visually and progressively unappealing - even though they increase contrast (which is usually a good thing).

    1 point
  • Posted to Remember CSS Zen Garden?, Feb 24, 2017

    For anyone who was doing web development before 2010, this website was a source of inspiration and a place where anyone could find and learn new techniques on how to bend technology to accomplish specific design goals. It's pretty cool to see the site up and running again.

    4 points
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