I set a few minutes aside this work week to finally take advantage of the custom appreciate badge option for my Behance Prosite. I didn't want to stray too far from the standard badge shape/info so that people familiar with it would still think to click on the image. My goal was just to apply a color palette that matched my branding and put some personality into the boring standard Behance badge without putting too much thought into it. I mixed a font that has a hand drawn appearance with rough doodles/textured vector to get the final set. The .GIF shows the steps of idle state, rollover, clicked down, and appreciated. Head over to my site and show me some love to see it in action!
10 months ago
This is perfect - been meaning to do something like this myself. You nailed it!
7 months ago
@Kirk Wallace Thanks man, I was pretty happy with the final group. I had to show a lot of OCD restraint to keep things a little sloppy and not a robotic vector like I'm comfortable with. I wanted it to be the opposite of a "generic template" badge.
@Erik McGrew Thanks!
haha this is so fun! :D
about 1 month ago
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