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  • Reviewed: May 28, 2015 by @RobHope
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A Storm is Coming

Responsive One Pager previewing an upcoming author publishing tool called ‘Storm’ – an abbreviation of Story Machine. After reading their build notes I can appreciate the removal of the signup buttons but feel the signup fields need a little more contrast. I’d even increase font size overall on bigger screens. Right now I think “Interactive Story Telling” is an exciting space to be involved with online – our One Page Story Telling category features a few incredible ones.

We've created this One Pager using skeleton minimalist framework. The grid system allowed us to be fully responsive without constraining us too much. We've added the scrolling effects using scrollReveal and custom JS. On a UX level we decided to remove all the buttons. You type and you press enter. This allowed us to have more white space, keeping the interface more elegant. The hardest part was the typography. Safari and Chrome different rendering system made it hard to have a look that stays consistent on both platforms. We tweaked our css and our font files to make sure it worked.
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I started One Page Love back in 2008 and want to keep adding more value. Please tweet or email me with suggestions or any questions.