Andrew Lucas Thanks a lot mate for shaking my shoulder and hitting on my face and finally waking me up. Yes, I was sleeping with that dimmmmmmed..... colors. Now my design is talking. Hope you gonna like this one now.
And thanks again :)
10 months ago
Yah! This one is clean, bright and smart!
@Mamun Srizon Thanks bro :)
Nice flat design!
This is pretty! My one piece of feedback is to have "Yes" under "Tweet Notifications" be the same color as the other "Yes'" mainly because I would assume that the goal for the product is to get people to create actionable behavior, so you want to guide your user to acting on those goals.
@Roberto Garcia Thanks mate :)
@Samihah Azim Yes your point is vital but my intention is to focus the 'Yes' and 'No' so on the 'No' I've highlighted thats color a bit too. And thanks a lot for the suggestion though :)
@Zaib Ali Thanks a lot bro :)
This is beautiful. Nice job!
@Ehsan Rahimi Thanks bro!
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nice bro!
@Naoshad and @Alexander Zaytsev Thanks a lot bros :)
Very well done, love the font choice, one of the better examples I've seen for flat design. The only thing I could say is the you could up the contrast a bit.
@bloopark and @Bryan Kearney Thanks a lot mates for some nice comments :)
@JaayAli Thanks bro :)
nice work mate :)
@Kee Yen Yeo Thanks a lot mate :)
not sure if the decision to go with the same color bottom as top was a correct one, because from my point of view, it somehow binds those two semantically together. Now, I get why you were trying to do that, but its just wrong from a user experience perspective. You could either use a near-white cool gray to send it into the content area a bit (so that it still pops but is not so agressive and doesn't try to corall the content), or just make the bottom blue region the same color as the content (white region). Ofc, don't need to take my opinions for granted, just thought of giving you some honest feedback :) Still liking the mood you set.
9 months ago
@Sorin Jurcut Thats a viral point but sometime its not so bad if we shift the common paradigm :) But I honestly appreciate your deep thought on the UX. Thanks a lot for the nice insightful comment.
great job! but Company* ;) and the on and off toggle states they have the same color, if you change one from another it will be good.
@Bilal Thanks a lot for the suggestion mate.
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