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Had to rig up a quick and simple ad choice dialog for a client. Still a WIP, and I replaced the two ad previews with grabs from the Rollin' Wild video on YouTube for copyright reasons haha. The red button is the hover/selected style, while the gray is the default state for both (:
9 months ago
Nice! Though I'd remove the gray border around the images, it makes it look a little bit blurry.
@Chris Frees Thought about that myself as well. It definitely looks better on the ads that are going to be shown there, but alas. I'll probably ditch the border, and opt for adding a 10% - 20% opacity black border on the inner part of the thumbnails to make the edge look "crisp" instead. That way, it's fairly future proof.
@Dustin Yes exactly, I would've suggested using an inner border if you hadn't brought it up yourself. In terms of borders, opacity-based solutions are almost always the better way to go, as they adapt to the content they're surrounding and do not as easily exclude certain brightness levels from looking good as solid colors do. One more minor suggestion though: I'd get rid of the comma in the title bar.
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