SJQHUB™ // B&I Dashboard
Development for the Branding & Identity skill set. Unsure on the gradient at the moment, your thoughts?
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5 months ago
That looks bliming lovely!
Nice colors, looks good to me!
Thanks @Tom Ovens @Hugo
Rad! Nice colors :)
Thanks @Baptiste Briel @Walid Benoihi
I think the gradient is working, but that might be because it's matching in with that photo/image so nicely. If the images lighting was flatter, maybe the gradient would start to stand out too much. Either way, it's a beautiful composition.
Thanks @Nick Botner A very valid point as I am currently working on the other skill sets and this exact 'issue' has come up, so good point. Need to decide, either gradient and imagery to match, or make a universal decision to have it all flat design.
@Jonathan Quintin I find, that the good thing about flat is that it can go with the flow a bit better. Meaning, you don't have to spend as much time matching (searching) for the proper image. However, spending that extra time and doing something a bit more custom can speak volumes to the overall thought and time that went into it. Either way, I am sure the results will be nice.
Exactly @Nick Botner
Design for me is about a well thought out process and trail and error. Thanks for the feedback :)
This is beautiful dude.
@Jonathan Quintin Anytime :)
Nice Nice sir!
Thanks Mr @Nick Kelly
This is absolutely amazing, really dig it!
I'd love to see this photo alone on a high res!
Holy shite man, This is absolutely amazing. Kills me a little inside seeing something so impressive. top work!
Very kind comments thanks @Rodrigo Grundig @Kevin McCutcheon
Looks awesome! Great job man :)
Would you mind sharing the link to the big image of the mountains? I'd love to see it fully.
It's amazing the depth you get with an image like that @Jonathan Quintin, those tones really bring it to life! Here's a more commercial targeted alternative I was working on a while back. I feel the photography pulls in the user to connect.
5 months ago
This looks really pleasing, but if you're building a dashboard to be used, w(hy)tf is the top third of the page an image that provides no data? Other than that, I dig it.
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