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Colorrrs

by Dave Rupert

Colorrrs allows you to explore Dribbble through random color selection.

Launch App

11 Comments so far

  1. revgoomba said on 8/6/2011 4:47:31 AM

    Love it! Brilliant... so long as you don't search for #eeeeee LOL!

  2. Thomas Digby said on 8/5/2011 11:20:02 PM

    Very nice, lightweight and easy to use. I've noticed the same thing as the others about the input box though. As you're using type="color" the user has to add a # themselves. Because your site already has it there the HTML5 validation fails because the user thinks that its already added. I'd suggest either removing the hash or finding some way to force it to always be at the start of the input. Other than that thought, very nice.

  3. Benxamin said on 8/5/2011 6:08:01 PM

    RE: .NET 404 Error Click a dribble link, then click back. All colorrrs pages created with the Find button return 404. The Random button alone is the only way to have the back button work when returning from dribble. It looks like the app controller prefers to have the hash tag prefix, else it 404's. Other than that, this site is perfectly charming!

  4. Brano said on 8/5/2011 12:29:42 AM

    Does not work in Chrome for me. When I fill in any hex value and click Find, it says 'Invalid value.'

  5. Farkhad said on 8/4/2011 10:04:31 PM

    Hello! I am sorry, may be I didnt get all points, but isn't that website size is 1Mb?

  6. Chris Peoples said on 8/4/2011 9:20:19 AM

    Nice app, but I found a bug. If you enter in a hex color, then click 'Find', then click on one of the shots, then click the browser's back button, you arrive at a .NET 404 error.

  7. Christopher Meeks said on 8/4/2011 8:52:50 AM

    Really awesome site, Dave. I love how the logo changes to the exact hex value of your most recent search. Very cool.

  8. Sam Beckham said on 8/4/2011 4:57:22 AM

    Very nice idea and really well executed. However the validation for the colours is a little off. There's already a hash tag in the box but it wont let you type in a hex code without prefixing your own hash tag as well which is a little odd

  9. Sam Beckham said on 8/4/2011 4:51:27 AM

    Very nice idea and really well executed. However the validation for the colours is a little off. There's already a hash tag in the box but it wont let you type in a hex code without prefixing your own hash tag as well which is a little odd

  10. Luca said on 8/4/2011 12:17:44 AM

    WOW, that's beautiful. Makes Dribbble browse experience even better!

  11. Chris Gillis said on 8/3/2011 3:04:37 PM

    very nice - like the layout and execution with Typekit to boot.

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