Graphic designer and coder from Greenville, SC.
Create beautiful collections of links. Save and share articles, movies, photos, and music. (Pinterest, but for more than just images.)
Custom URL: Link.Cards
A small Node.js app using Firebase for login and data. Link Cards turns a URL into a nicely-formatted card with a title, image, icon, and link. You can make decks of cards and like cards posted by others.
Log in with Twitter, make a new deck, and paste in some links!
Feels complete and well-thought-out. Very clean UI.
This app looks really good. Personally, I don't find this useful, not because it isn't, but I don't even use bookmarks in my browser. It looks like a lot of inspiration from pintrest, but simpler (which isn't bad). Good job, and extra props for going in solo!
Cool way of organizing bookmarks, also makes it available between browsers and computers!
Entry looks beautiful, reminded me of the app that I was working on few years ago.
Really cool concept and very well executed 👍
Kudos!! Is there also a way to share these cards?
Wow! Great work!
A well executed project, I really like the design.
I really like the clean design of this app. Provides a nice view of the pages that are linked.
Great design/product/implementation, similar ideas are out there.
This is a fantastic project. Really enjoyed using it. Got immersed for ages in just creating a deck of cards. I'd use this!
The app looks really good! Congrats :) Would love to have a collaborative offline version of this, so that I can just have the app pre loaded and launch it with collections I find on the Web
Very Pinterest-y. Smooth render, easy unmessy auth. Only trouble I spotted was that when I created cards myself, images were not showing in any way, just the cards with the link text despite trying a couple of different url types(direct to image url vs. website about topic)
OAuth with Twitter didn't worked (it always prompted me to login with Twitter).
Nice color scheme :)
The grid looks a bit odd. I was surprised that the entries I watched first disappeared (found them pushed down later). You should animate the transition.
crisp and clean, I like it 👍