What Braun flatified could look like.
Skeu / Flat attached
8 months ago
Really cool, good job.
Love it in skeuo.
In flat it doesn't just work for me.
@Mariusz Ciesla Thanks,
@Mike Busby not a huge fan either actually but found the exercice's constrains interesting.
I think flat design could be overrated in some cases
Dieter Rams is such an icon. Love your take on the design.
haha .. love flat design style :D
I agree with @Mike Busby, it works better as a skeuo, but i think your take on it does maintain Mr. Rams ideals in useable, simplistic aesthetics. Very well done, sir!
These are great, and while I'm by no means anti-skeuo, I do believe these are technically still also skeuomorphic, as they continue to replicate physical user interface widgets. The "flatifying" of them just ends up making them harder to recognize as the physical objects they are.
Perhaps it might be interesting to continue distilling the widgets to what is essential about them, while keeping the awesome Rams-inspired aesthetic?
@Lauren Herda these are yes. They're just flat.
That exercise helps you synthesize the essence of a 3d object to the minimum amount of shapes possible. So that you can compare both, see where they diverge, what makes them instantly recognizable (uv switch is a good one) and what fails.
Moving that language into a screen is indeed a bigger design exploration. If I were to do it, I wouldn't even start by looking a these but prob start with the 10 'principles' and think of what they mean when there's nothing but a display and a touchscreen.
indeed very unique
5 months ago
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