why you choose to cut the time at the bottom??
4 months ago
Interesting concept! Nice work bro!
I like how you cut the time at the bottom. not
I'm starting to feel what @Charlie Isslander once said on twitter.
Visually looks good!
But you got some timezones wrong. Sweden is not in GMT +2
@Victor Erixon Well, it's not very precise. @Nick Fratter The time is emerging beyond the horizont :) Thanks !
@Cosmin Capitanu man, i have to tell you. i always look forward to seeing your latest shots on here. truly one of my favorite designers, hands down. that's all.
@Caleb Royce Lummer Thanks so much, dude ! :)
Damn is that sexy as hell!
@Cosmin Capitanu i knew it was something like that, clever!
Nice work and I like the cut-off time clock, but i'd be tempted to put a fade on the bottom of the digits so that it looks like the light from the Earth is shining in front of it.
@Caleb Royce Lummer I second that statement.
I think you mean Houston.
Very clean and modern concept. Love it.
What @Caleb said!
This is wonderful!!!
Great from all points of view :)
Not a huge fan of cutting the text off like that, maybe a gradual fade out into the blue could work a little better?
And I'm guessing the solid purple / blue (semi-transparent) blocks are on hover for the user..? Maybe they could drop a bit in transparency, they look a little stark as is.
Other than that, visually it's gorgeous! Anything with a shot of the planet like that looks great, and I like the circular shots for the country (or city..?).
visually, its a home run.
Looking great as ever, @Cosmin Capitanu ! Why Colombo, Sri Lanka, have any connections there? I'm planning a trip there this december.
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