8 months ago
Clean and nice!
@Mason Yarnell Quite tough finding a good solution for this. With non-flat buttons it's easier to distinguish a pressed state. In this context, a little arrow could help maybe. Goal is to find a sweet spot between pretty and clear UX I guess. Since the content below the tab indicates quite good which state it belongs to, it is probably the best solution one could find here. I just wanted to point out that there could occur some problems in other contexts when working with this 'flat' style.
Great palette! and the UI too :)
Noticed an, ever so subtle, texture on the background of this shot? If you don't mind me asking, what's it for/why?
7 months ago
@Daniel It's just for presentation. I made it with brushes.
I love the delete confirmation. Classy.
5 months ago
I appreciate that, @Darcy!
Love the layout of those! Not a easy to do ;)
It looks very clean :) Which font did you use it for ?
I love the colours! )
4 months ago
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