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From The Mind Of A Chrome Designer Comes DropMocks: The Easiest Way To Share Images

November 22nd, 2010 11:51 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Do you ever want to share some photos, mockups or screengrabs with somebody else online quick and dirty? Go to DropMocks, drag and drop your images, and you are done. You get an instant image gallery that displays in CoverFlow style, along with a short URL to share it.

For instance, here is an example of a DropMocks I put together in 5 seconds by pulling some photos from my desktop. Same here with these screengrabs. You can name your gallery and save it, and that is pretty much it.

DropMocks is a side project of Glen Murphy, a UI designer for Google Chrome (both the browser and the OS). It is all done with HTML5 technologies. No Flash, just CSS and Javascript. It uploads and displays very fast. Please note, this is not for private sharing. Once you upload, anyone with the link can see your gallery.

Chris Messina™@chrismessina
Chris Messina™

Two webapps from Googlers that you probably never heard of: http://fullscreen.me and http://dropmocks.com /by @alc0r & @gmurphy respectively

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