Lovely, Google can learn from this :-) The light effect is well executed.
over 2 years ago
I REALLY like this!!!
Is this scaled down? If it is the real size, I think that click targets are a bit too small…
I have the same concerns as Eric. Also it might just be a bit too overglossed for my tastes, but that's just me! ;) I can tell that there are lots of little subtle details that the gloss is making hard to see. (like that nice edge around the perimeter)
Also, it should be noted that light is shining on the main form from the left, but on the buttons (the slider especially) from the right. Little details.
i would agree with Eric
it looks good, but very small
The inner purist doesn't want me to like this. Yes, visually this is cool, but is it better? It's got a very early digital/analogue feel to it, reminds me of mini-disc players, and that I like.
I'm just wondering if the arrows for movement are not too much small... Surprisingly, people uses it! :)
This looks amazing Benjamin. Good job on the lighting :)
Hey man is this a thumbnail of the actually huge UI? Looks pretty tactile! Good job!
looking good but personally for me this is a little overdesigned
Nice design, I think it'd be quite a bit better if everything was toned down slightly. Less round, less shiny, less small. I'd love to see a rebound from yourself with a less drastic approach.
I get the feeling is 1px too much to the right, but that may be optical illusion through the lighting. I really like the design of this.
Really crisp, love it!
Looks great! Not my personal cup of tea... it's a bit too glossy and dark, but otherwise, it's wonderfully executed.
Overall I agree with the comments. The gradient goes too dark and the icons could be a pinch larger. It would also be cool to see a semi-transparent version for when the user is not interacting with it.
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