Like Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein in this Portlandia video, Twitter often tries to have conversations with you that you’re not ready to have. And because there is no ‘lets talk about something we’ve all seen’ filter, Scott Luptowski created Spoil.rs: the first web app for sharing secrets on twitter.
When developing the concept, Scott asked for some UX and visual design guidance. He was set on green and an umbrella icon, but the rest was up to me. To easily live on all devices, Spoil.rs needed a responsive, flat UI that could be quickly generated with CSS. Through wireframes and photoshop explorations we settled on a friendly, minimalist design instantly turning any first time vistor into an expert user.
Spoil.rs is no Nicolas Cage Roulette (Scott’s most popular project) but has been publicly well received earning write up’s from Forbesand TIME. This has been a fun little project to work on. Spoil.rs has room for growth, but in the mean time am thrilled to have been included and am excited to see people use it!