Adiboi12/22/2022, 1:56 PM
ITEnthusiasm12/22/2022, 2:00 PM
Adiboi12/22/2022, 2:02 PM
roaming_nomad12/22/2022, 2:31 PM
ITEnthusiasm12/22/2022, 2:35 PM
section. The different features probably toggle too quickly for someone to read. I'm not sure what an "ideal" time is. But maybe 0.5s-1s should be the minimum (minimum, not max). I do like seeing the different features in different colors! ... The jumping icons and rotating boxes in the area are also a little distracting from what the feature description sentence is trying to show me. I think it's really nice having the command line setup animation, because it gives people an idea of how quickly the developer can be up and running. It might be beneficial to play the animation/video a little more slowly -- particularly during the options selection section -- so that the reader can immediately and easily see how many options are available right out of the box. And maybe consider having a slightly longer delay at the end of the animation before restarting it (so people know the animation end has been reached).
Everything you need.
--> This is great to have so that people have more confidence in this great project you all are working so hard on! I don't think the icons need to bounce when hovered though (another distraction 😅). In the
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section, the threshold that a user is allowed to scroll before seeing the next example is actually a bit small. It might just be better to allow the user to click each option to see what it's capable of. Then they can easily control which option they want, instead of having to use super precision on how they scroll. Another option could be to (slowly) animate through the various options with a timer, and freeze the animation when the user hovers one of the guides. Up to you guys. (It might also be great if they linked to your docs.) Near the bottom, again it might be helpful to remove the bouncing on icon-hover.
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rp12/26/2022, 4:16 AM
Adiboi01/03/2023, 3:06 PM
ITEnthusiasm01/03/2023, 6:51 PM
has been a big help for the app I'm trying to build out right now. 🙏🏿 No worries on the delay!