Hey guys, haven't been that active on dribbble recently, hopefully I can start contributing more. Been busy.
This is a concept I'm working on for my agency http://espresslabs.com I can't wait to get coding it.
Putting 100% into this design & code.
Let me know your thoughts, I will be posting more of this as I finish it.
Keep in touch: Twitter - Instagram
Coded hero loading animations: http://instagram.com/p/dyDZkmEtFC/
6 months ago
Looking nice @Mike Busby only not sure about different style of the illustrations (top and bottom section) and also different button styles (header, bottom) :)
@Luboš Volkov Thanks for the insight, I think your right about the illustration style, I should change the iPad to match.
And, I see what you mean about the buttons.
Thanks for the heads up. I appreciate it.
Nice and clean work mate!
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thanks very much!
This is looking super clean! Well execution!
@Eric Hoffman cheers buddy I appreciate it!
@Mike Busby i love your logo, when can we see it love...BTW the design is looking very easy, simple and minimalistic, which is great
Looks very cool
Clean! Which is a good thing for designer's portfolio. The more stuff you have on display, the more "invisible" and modest your own site should be. I say:)
I like the two different button colours, the yellow suits the main call to action.
@Hemant Thanks! here is the full logo if you're interested in looking http://d.pr/OM4H
@Machi @Chris Eagle @Andrey S. Rodrigues Thanks guys
@Prowebdesignro Yeah the goal with this design is to use a lot of white and keep it as clean as possible.
@Mike Busby Looking sweet! I agree with @Luboš Volkov about the illustrations, also you might want to consider making them similar in that top group as well. Seems like you did it this way in order to separate the devices for clarity but it seems a little inconsistent.
@Jason Robles what do you mean by making them similar?
@Mike Busby Color wise it might be difficult because then they would mesh together a bit too much, you would need to figure out a way to separate them. Does this make more sense?
@Mike Busby Actually now that I've looked at them more closely it works, forget my previous post. :)
@Jason Robles yeah I played with a few options and this seemed the best. It's going to be responsive. I posted a video of it on my Instagram
@Mike Busby Thanks a bunch
wow, this is hot!
@Farouk Hosni Thank you!
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