Here's a peak at one of a project I have in the works; Designer's Bookshelf. Shown here is an article browser, sitting in the right column of the page, that features the 10x newest book reviews posted on the site. The user would cycle through the thumbnail images using the arrow controls.
"Making Ideas Happen" has been my placeholder book cover while designing the screens and was written by Scott Belsky, co-founder of Behance: http://bit.ly/gSLMES
almost 3 years ago
Love it! Thought I might put a slight shadow below the book.
Thanks Matt. I am not sure how I can best incorporate shadows as these thumbnails will vary in height and width. I think if I stick to fitting the thumbs to the max height, I can at least align the "side shadow" flush left every time. This could also work the other way too with fitting a shadow to the bottom edge and making sure thumbnails are the same width. Thoughts?
After looking at it for a bit, I think what you've currently got, is a better solution :)
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