Working on the admin interface. This is the little dropdown critter in the top-right. The usage bar is clickable and takes to a more in-depth screen, and the smiley face avatar is just a smiley face avatar.
And what kind of person would I be if I didn't include a picture of a manatee in my shot?
8 months ago
What's that ampersand doing there?
help & support icon is a bit optimistic, eh?
@Laurie Jones He's just hanging around.
Great! I think all the text seems a bit too small.
@Alex Hhm. Disagree. I think the size is perfect :P
@James Fletcher Disagree disagree.
@Visual Idiot Nice manatee.
@Kyle Decker @James Fletcher Aha, I have an agree. :P
super nice, but I would drop the 'Caslon Italic?' ampersand. Just doesn't do it justice at that size (though might be ok for retina displays). Everything else is sweet!
I'm clicking like for the manatee i hope you know.
Inspiration by @Visual Idiot
8 months ago
Manatee link is dead, I demand a replacement.
The only thing that would make this better is if you put Fred Savage's face as the background.
This is what you call pixel perfection my friend!
Interishting. What are the paid options going to be out of interest?
Nice color theme,nice picture of you, but i would like to make the the little bit bigger as @Alex said :)
I love the colour, composition and icons as usual... however make that text a little easier to read ;)
We should use more smiley faces in our work.
Why does the log out icon have a different color than the others?
Looks absolutely beautiful but as the others say the text is too small and i think a bit more contrast with the bg might help as well. I'm watching this on the latest apple screen but i still need to squeeze my eyes.
Love the color green! good job!
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