Eric Ressler

Eric Ressler

Creative Director @ Design by Cosmic, Inc. Joined over 10 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. Eric has invited Edgar Vargas, Matt Parcher, Andrew McBride, Quinn McLaughlin, Quinn McLaughlin

  • 5 stories
  • Posted to Verbb: We build products to help you be awesome, Oct 23, 2017

    Hey Guys,

    The design looks nice. One point of feedback: if you are still actively trying to sell website design & development this site isn't communicating that well. Yes, it's listed as one of your services, but there are no case studies or examples about this. It really looks like you're a Craft Plugin shop. If that's where you are wanting to head, than this design is great. If not, I'd consider dedicating more prominence and real estate in the design towards your custom design & dev services.


    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: Pigeon, Sep 29, 2015

    Please let this be real.

    13 points
  • Posted to Why we use Craft CMS, in reply to Ryan Snowden , Sep 02, 2015

    Hi Ryan, we have experienced all of the above, which is largely what gave us the motivation to write this article.

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: Artsy 2014, Jan 20, 2015

    This site had the potential to be really nice, but I just can't get past the awful scroll highjacking experience.

    5 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Who is hiring? (November 2014), Nov 01, 2014

    Cosmic is Hiring!

    We are looking for a UI Designer and a Frontend Developer. Work with an awesome team of designers, storytellers, and strategists. We are based in Santa Cruz, CA.

    Perks: - 4 day work week - 5 weeks paid vacation - 401k - Retina Macbook Pro + 27" Monitor - Located in a central downtown location

    We don't have job postings up yet, but hit us up at

    1 point
  • Posted to Real Hamburger menu , Oct 15, 2014

    And here I thought we were unique:

    1 point
  • Posted to Instapaper redesigns, May 08, 2014

    As much as I love the minimalism, as someone who's never used Instapaper I found myself wanting to see the actual product in action.

    Does it improve the formatting of the articles you save like Readability or do the designs stay true to the source?

    Can I organize or group articles? Can I search or filter them?

    I'm all for value propositions, but I need to see features to in order for you to get my email address. Am I alone in this?

    2 points
  • Posted to Set Designs for Mad Men, in reply to Clay MacTavish , May 01, 2014

    You can find some decent stuff at flea markets, or online at (although it can be pricey)

    1 point
  • Posted to Code Babes , Apr 25, 2014

    Also from the Philosophy page:

    We go fast, each lesson is a quicky, we’re pretty sure you won’t mind re-watching them :), pause it when it gets too fast, or.... ya know, FAP.


    4 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Wordpress vs. Craft CMS, Apr 23, 2014

    Do it. You'll never turn back to Wordpress and you'll quickly realize how much it was slowing down your dev process.

    Craft is awesome and allows you to code your front-end the way that you want. Templating is super clean with Twig. It's a real CMS, not a bloated blogging platform.

    2 points
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