Ticklepanda was a fun project to build. Basically it’s a web app that redirects users to a unique link (when a QR code is scanned ) where they can pass messages back and forth.
The biggest challenge from a technical perspective for this project was figuring out how store messages for each link. First I created a new data type called messages with few text fields including a field for url id. Then, I exported the data from bubble in csv format, added custom links for url id field mirrored to the QR code I wanted to place on stickers, and then imported the csv back to bubble. From there it was just a matter of creating a simple workflow that would allow users to post on each unique url.
The logo animation was created in after effects and exported as json for lottie files which bubble has a plugin for. I learned a lot by doing this project which helped me pick up tricks for bubble along the way. I would love to hear your feedback. Let me know if you have any questions
This is a cool idea! Well executed too! I’d want to create my own unique message whenever I want though. Instead of pre-order in bulk maybe allow printable?
Or wait, is each sticker uniquely coded that you order???
Thanks and yes each sticker takes you to a unique url where you can write custom messages. Interesting idea on allowing printable stickers. Are you suggesting that user can type their message and it will generate a QR code for them which they can share via printing it?
Really cool idea! Works well.
Very clean design, although there are some responsive issues on mobile (see below image).
Thanks & what type of phone is it? I’ll look into it.
I think hes using a blackberry
Yah so initially I didn’t realize they were each uniquely coded so I was thinking most of the time I’d want to use this spur of the moment so I wouldn’t want to have to then wait to order a bunch, so I’d just print it.
which type of blackberry? The Blackberry R, the Blackberry XMax, or the Blackberry Pro X?
I was just yoking around, sorry.