Santa Cruz, California, United States
COAST TO COAST
Development on a self initiated project for a dashboard for the world's weather. I wanted to bring abit of personality to the locations using well know phrases to compliment the location.
Keeping the design clean and subtle, yet using gradient accent points for rollover / active states.
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3 months ago
best design of the day!
Very kind, thank you @Roccano
Thanks @Dylan Cook
this is beautiful! i imagine it would be difficult to scale given the place-specific content but it's looking really nice :)
Yea needs tweaking @Luisa Mancera as this are round one ideas :)
yeah its nice !
Such good design, great color combination. The large amount of space is so refreshing to see.
Thanks @Amit Keren - Loopim & @Kelly Chilton
I'm the like No. 100 ! Where's my prize ! :)
I love the pattern you used over the whole surface, it makes the design feel really cohesive.
I would make the detail of the line between the boxes a little more noticeable, cause it kind of get lost.
Great work ! :)
Amazing work. Keep it up man!
Great work as always man, nice one. Can't tell if i like the dot pattern or not though, one part of me thinks it's an interesting touch another part of me thinks it's an unnecessary flourish.
lovely design, you win! :)
@Thanks all for the kind comments & feedback, I shall be updating over the next few days.
by Jonathan Quintin
Emerald Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada
OVER THE HILLS & FAR AWAY
3 months ago
These are all amazing. Fantastic job!
14 days ago
Could everyone PLEASE vote for this project in this weeks Creative Works competition on The Drum website...
Much appreciated :)
13 days ago
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