A small piece of a big product. This calendar has a main functionality (more on that in future shots) and the orange days represent missed [product related] events.
The section beneath serves as a quick way to jump back to a certain week (they correlate with the product, not a calendar year). The orange dot indicates a missed event within that week.
Just a peek into what we're working on at Omada Health. Great team, great product :)
5 months ago
Having a hard time seeing that orange on the calendar days, but the project looks nice.
This looks good, Jared. Week ranges are a bit tiny though.
Very lovely work mate!
Looking sharp. Definitely agree with Plemsy that you could cheat the orange days to make them match the orange bar optically rather than literally for better contrast.
Really like the look and feel. Great proportions too. Only thing I'd adjust are the date ranges. They feel a bit strong and are kinda hard to scan. Maybe lighten them up and drop the year?
by Isaac Weinhausen
@erondu Here you go. Also left aligned the range dates for easier reading. Not sure though where to indicate the year...
Also, what font is this?
5 months ago
@Isaac Weinhausen awesome! And Proxima :)
@Jared Erondu Nice! Thought I recognized that.
Looks nice Jared. Is there a reason why weekdays are colored?
In my opinion, they could be greyed out like since they're quite obvious and thus not a priority so I believe they should not be highlighted with any color.
Another thing that bugs me a bit is that contents are not aligned. http://cl.ly/image/3p0s163p3y3V
Other than that, stellar work my friend. Keep it up!
P.S. Any good meetups/events happening in Bay Area soon? :)
I never like this type of calendar. To me, it looks great when there is minimal data. When data is abundant, the product then becomes bloated and more difficult to use. I know not of an alternative as of this comment, but I would suggest exploring alternatives for the future.
Nice work, dude. Coming along! Can't wait to see more.
Nice! Love the calendar.
Really nice work man ! Can't wait for more .
Clean and clever, beautiful work Jared. Love the little details.
about 1 month ago
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