Playing with blending modes in Sketch. This is based on the Dieter Rams Clock/Radio design. I wrote about this in my new blog post: Experimenting With Colors And Concepts
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8 months ago
It all feel so soft and there's a great color scheme there, but I dont know about the contrast... I can barely see the information (time, day etc.)
Wonderful. Saw your post this morning, fantastic you're posting the .sketch for free!
@Simon Godbout You're right about the contrast. I guess I was trying a very subtle approach. If I was to release this, I would definitely make it more readable. :)
@Olivier Vanbiervliet That's because it's the best way to learn a new application. Thanks!
Classy as hell, I need to buy a suit
Love it. Echoing @Olivier Vanbiervliet: thank you for posting the Sketch files! Being able to look at how you achieve certain visual styles is immensely helpful.
@Kevin Smith Yep, those realistic styles can have fairly complex shadows and gradient settings. That's why it's more efficient to simply analyze the layers. Thank you!
This is really awesome!
I… want… to… eat… it.
wonderful. thanks for sharing this.
always love your work man.
7 months ago
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