Recreation of the popular shot: http://dribbble.com/shots/457259-Twitter-Button-Concept
Works best in Webkit browsers. IE users won't see a perspective effect (I think).
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Wow, that's nice.
It only seems to be working on the Editor page..?
oh, and btw your's looks better than the original ;)
Weird bug how it doesn't work here on the details page. Will look into it.
+1 to @maximilanos. The original was good, but this is hella smooth.
nice work Benett!
I coded the same concept a while ago http://codepen.io/SaraSoueidan/pen/rxzkn
Well done :)
Super nice, I had to follow you after this.
Nice! But unuseable when it only works with webkit.
Great job! How about its FB sister? :D http://dribbble.com/shots/363401-Facebook-button-concept
Someone beat me to it... http://lab.aqro.be/fb_btn_concept.html
This is better done than anything out there. Great job!
I changed some colors and the font to make it for Facebook: http://codepen.io/nastasiu/pen/HGxhj
Looks great Vlad!
Very smooth; very nice.
This is great!
This is delightful!
Awesome job mate!
Wow. Just wow.
Improvement suggestion: use an outside container to trigger the animation. Container should fit to an open twitter-box. Thus animation will not be turned off in some weird mouse positions.
Men, your work is awesome :)
Bloody fantastic, sir. This is, in my honest opinion, the slickest and sexiest take on a web button to date.
Were you aware that the perspective transform works perfectly in IE 10 and Firefox, if you merely add "px" to the 300 perspective property?
I cannot figure out how to properly get the right backfaces to show in IE, but **** it. In Safari it looks so damn sexy... I'm jealous...
Serious about "300px" as opposed to "300"... Try it!
nice. I've used the code on my site!
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