Maximal Design Style Modules
Long, long ago, in those wild pioneering days along the lawless frontiers of Stacks 1 & 2, it was an exciting time to be weaving. And dangerous.
RapidWeaver old-timers may recall my early Quantum Weaving templates. Big White Duck’s Andrew Tavernor certainly does — he used them in his first project. And while I’d like to think my very basic designs inspired him to develop his masterful suite of stacks — if only because genius flowers in the heart of chaos — the truth is likely far removed.
Nevertheless, the atomic core of these new Style Modules are Big White Duck’s most powerful stacks. Coupled with Joe Workman’s Foundation, they make a truly formidable team with great potential, and give extremely handsome and talented Weavers like myself the means to achieve responsive designs that take RapidWeaver and Stacks projects to exciting new heights of style and excellence that have until now been unattainable.
And now I feel fortunate that I can pass these benefits on to you with my shiny new Maximal Design Style Modules.
What They Do
Maximal Design Style Modules solve a common problem for Weavers like us who need to stand out in a highly competitive market: how to quickly and easily add real professional style and individuality to our RapidWeaver projects so that they give us an immediate edge on our competitors, and our clients the quality and individuality they secretly desire but think they can’t afford.
What They Are
Each Maximal Design Style Module is a fully responsive, highly configurable, individually styled and self-contained section of a Stacks page that can be copied and pasted into any other Stacks page. All you need to do is customise it to your needs: replace text and images with your own content, configure the Google Font pairings, tweak colours, shadows and gradients, and you’re good to go.
What You Get
There are five packs in the Duck Soup bundle — Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo and Zeppo — which you can either buy individually or as a bundle. Each pack contains a RapidWeaver project file with five Stacks pages full of modules. In total there are 154 modules.
If you’d prefer to buy a single pack before upgrading to the bundle, no problem. Simply get in touch when you’re ready for the bundle and we’ll send you a discount code.
Foundation Version (Included)
If you’re a Foundation user then you’ll really feel the benefit when you use our recommended Foundation version for instant and easy deployment in any Foundation project.
Universal Version (Included)
This version does not require Foundation and should work in most Stacks pages and in most responsive themes — although they’ll probably need some extra tweaking. Obviously we can’t guarantee every module will work perfectly with every theme, so if in doubt, feel free to ask us first.
No Code Required
Simply Copy and Paste, Drag and Drop, Tweak and Twerk.
Sorry, Not for Beginners
These modules are ideal for learning advanced RapidWeaver and Stacks design techniques, and are intended for intermediate and advanced users with the necessary skills and attributes to learn through experimentation, deconstruction and reconstruction.
If step-by-step documentation and manuals are your preferred method of learning then this product is not for you.
Although my support does not include teaching you how to use any of the associated third-party products, there are a great many resources in the RapidWeaver community to help you become proficient in RapidWeaver, Stacks, Joe Workman’s Foundation Docs, the Weaver Space Forum and of course the RapidWeaver Forum here, as well as all the tutorials and downloadable examples you’ll find on the Big White Duck pages of the stacks used in these modules.
Pre-Sales and Other Questions:
Ask them here or in the RapidWeaver Central Weavers Space here.
I’ll be holding a series of live help and tutorial sessions — through Zoom — in the coming days and weeks, so keep an eye on the RapidWeaver Central Weavers Space where I’ll be announcing them. Purchasers will also be invited by email.
That said, we’re live. For the full story, go here: http://maximal.design