Kyle Bavender

Kyle Bavender

Indianapolis, IN Front-end Arbiter, CSS Whisperer @ Rare Bird Joined over 9 years ago

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  • Posted to Garden Party Botanical Hard Sodas, in reply to Chris Vasey , Apr 11, 2017

    Thanks Chris! We had fun "breaking out of the boxes" of traditional web thinking. Did anything in particular stick out to you?

    0 points
  • Posted to Spotify Testing Redesign, Apr 11, 2017

    First impression: Spotify is playing it safe.

    Thinking out loud here, but I wonder if we'll continue to see Spotify's bold design language of the last few years reined in.

    1 point
  • Posted to Garden Party Botanical Hard Sodas, in reply to Uvis Grinfelds , Apr 10, 2017

    Sorry Uvis. I edited the Markdown link formatting — maybe try again?

    0 points
  • Posted to AMA: Super Team Deluxe, Aug 22, 2016

    Super Team Deluxe. Yesssss.

    I am late to the AMA party like no other — I blame a vacation and Stranger Things. But I'm here, and I come with questions.

    1. I've been following Rogie & Justin for years, Professional Interwebs Lurker™ style — and am discovering I've missed out on following Drew, Alicia, & Hannah. How did you get to know each other?
    2. The "Never Stop Exploring" patch — did you ever come to an iteration with just "Never" / "Stop", top / bottom, respectively? That the patch currently doesn't — but is so close to — honoring the N(orth) / S(outh) directions feels a bit off. Could be just me. I absolutely love every other facet of this patch, though.
    3. What was the hardest part of the site to develop? Or the hardest front-end part at least? (Excellent work by the way, Rogie & others. Love that the curved borders & framing match so well with the brand.)

    Looking forward to what you have up your sleeves! I just signed up to be notified when Command Z restocks. :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Portfolio — Adrien Gervaix, in reply to Matt Williams , Aug 01, 2016

    Beyond that, the content is hidden by the "locked" class, which is easy enough to remove in the inspector.

    0 points
  • Posted to Nintendo re-releases NES as mini console, in reply to Ron Vanman , Jul 14, 2016

    Sure, if you're a Raspberry Pi user/hacker. (Not to mention, in most cases playing ROMS is illegal & doesn't support developers...)

    But this makes for an excellent user-friendly gift, and the money goes to the game makers. Bummer about not being able to add games to it though.

    If Nintendo releases a SNES take on this, I'm biting.

    3 points
  • Posted to Bookmark is dead, in reply to Falko Joseph , Jul 06, 2016

    My fear is that some day I'll want to refer to that old link, and despite my years of Google-fu training, I won't be able to find that resource again. So I'm a proponent of Pinboard from a data retention standpoint.

    I super admire your discipline with this approach, though. My Instapaper/Read Later lists are a mile long... :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Sublime Text 3 has been released, in reply to J. C. , Jun 01, 2016

    I'd guess your local version doesn't have that character — or maybe that character at that weight & style — something I've seen a few times on TypeKit.

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Daniel Eden, May 23, 2016

    Dan's doing a "The Grid" site better than Grid sites. </cheapshot>

    Props to the changing colors + blending mode fun, and the spinning under construction copy. Lots of designers have forgotten the joy of experimenting & just having fun. Thanks for sharing.

    4 points
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