37Signals - Sortfolio Example
This example reproduces the nice carousel seen on 37signals.com's sortfolio.com.
This carousel has a pagination above and use
cycle: "loop" carousel's option.
Ballpark is a great new way of sending estimates and invoices online, and we’re proud to say that it’s our very own creation. We built Ballpark to focus on simple communication - something that seemed to be lost on so many of the current invoicing apps out there, who would sooner pile on features than think of how they’d affect the experience. Built for businesses of all sizes, Ballpark helps teams keep track of their estimates and invoices, work collaboratively, and feel more organized by centralizing all their email threads into one coherent conversation.
It should be no secret in the Tumblr community that each and every MetaLab member is a veritable slave to the blogging platform, since each of us update our pages several times per day. With that rampant use comes not only a sense of classic-addict guilt, but an insatiable sense of responsible opportunity as well. The result was Fluid, a free Tumblr theme we designed that anyone can use - it’s our way of giving back to the community that we enjoy so very much.
Spaceship Collaborative is the brainchild of Jacob DeHart, founder of Threadless, and his wife Mischa, a veteran of numerous non-profit organizations in the Chicago-area. Through their Collaborative, they strive to work with top-notch designers, developers and partners to work on projects that benefit communities through innovative services.
As veterans of innumerable high-traffic web apps and small projects alike, Norbauer Inc. are venerable masters of Ruby on Rails. Founded by Ryan Norbauer in 2006, Norbauer Inc. has since expanded to include offices in New York, Boston and Delhi.
People find things they want in the far corners of the web to the streets they are walking on. Wantstream lets you share the objects you’re lusting after, keep track of what your friends want, and tap the collective to find new and interesting products, books, music, and more.
Wine lovers have Cork’d, business people have LinkedIn, and book lovers have Readernaut. There’s a social network out there for even the most obscure passions, casual or otherwise - but where is the online haven for culinary savants? Culinary Culture hopes to fill the void, providing a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to talk and share their epicurean love for fine foods.
Scripty2 carousel creation
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