I'm working on social network for scientists and nerds.
5 months ago
It seems more like a social network for designers than nerds... :))
I think it's spelled knowledge instead of knowlage. Gj otherwise.
Looking goof so far :)
Looks great so far man. The only thing I would look at is "Share Knowledge", I don't think there's any need for the "a"... Keep it up.
So Nice !
Yup this is awesome
Holy smokes this looks really good. I wish I was a scientist!
Sometimes i think all best designers live in Prague )
Looks interesting and beautiful!
How does the glass look without the background...
Large font size will make it annoying to browse on laptops with smaller screens. Header is ~200px, that leaves around 500px for content. Not even talking about gigantic unhidable(seemingly) sidebars.
Stuff that's blurred in the middle top makes it look like dirt or smudges. BTW, how can website be transparent? :)
Love everything about it except the colors. They are fine colors on their own, but the bright blue, the muted purple, and the dark background arnt working as well as they could be. Maybe use more tans?
I think you spelled biology wrong man. looks beautiful otherwise!
@Anton Kudin all that could be solved with a responsive code. The blur does feel a bit smudgy around the top. Great work regardless!
Nice work- but as with most designs in this style I think it suffers from a bit of "where do my eyes go". Everything is so equally weighted I think navigation may suffer. But beautiful mockup nonetheless.
Amazing balance and distribution of content/functionality. Not a fan of iOS7 colors but you gotta please the customer so I get it. Is the "share your knowledge" a form field? Because if it is, it's not clear enough.
A simple, full-width underline would probably fix that issue that @Giovanni Hobbins brought up, wouldn't destroy what you're going for. Also, putting the cursor there first would immediately clear it up and instantly teach users thats what inputs look like. iCloud example: http://grab.by/qYDI
Edit: Oh also, I freaking love this dual sidebar idea. I agree with @Adam Tirella, but think it's just a color weight issue. Last comment toward commentators (@Anton Kudin): surely this is the screen design, and laptops / tablets / phones will get separate breakpoint designs. He's setup for success with a responsive framework (Foundation great at this) to be able to stack things in a mobile setting or small laptop setting.
Thank you guys!
@Martin Halík Designers are nerds too :))
@Milan Antolić Thanks, sorry for typo.
@Anton Kudin Thanks, you are right, but lot of things will be responsive on smaller screens.
@Giovanni Hobbins Thanks! Yes it is a from field, but there will be beter typo and from it would be better to understand.
@Ken Hanson Thanks for explanation! You are right.
Not many scientist and nerds would appreciate these kinds of UI, but I'm loving it! The colours made the whole thing less dull (assuming UI of programs that scientists uses at the moment are quite dated...)
Love the icons, palette and frosted layers. I'd personally consider going more opaque; iOS 7 is killing me with some of its overt translucency.
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