This area is the project details + communication section. As you can see the designer, or whomever is working with this manufacture, will see the project details - including all files submitted though messages and proposals. These are listed on the side for quick viewing and access.
You will also notice small project details on the site, this allows for the person who hired the manufacturer to have quick access to the details even if their files become corrupted and lost.
The messages are laid out in a very simplistic manner; to really allow for quick and easy communication. I felt that standard emailing and various other messaging platforms seemed out dated, so I figured to do an IM style of messaging this way it feels like an actual conversation between people. This page is also showing what happens when the 'Reply' button is pressed.
Take a look at the attachment to see further details. Feedback is more than welcome. :)
2 months ago
Love the accent green and orange.
@Nick Chamberlin Thanks. I figured orange always looked good with black; however, I did not want to use just orange because that's boring. So I went with a lighter orange. There is a slight meaning and use to the colours and why I used them.
Orange signifies communication; therefore, I tried to use orange where forms of communication are required. This would include the messages and navigation, also on the other pages its where the users would interact with each other.
Green signifies balance and growth, but also gives people the feeling of completion. This is why green is used where finances area and during areas where completion is shown; thus giving the mind a sense of connection between the completion of the projects and the colour for the 'button'.
I might have gone too far into thought with this; however, I think it's important to take little details like this into account because this is what really gets the user an emotional connection, even though they may not realize it, which is the point. :)
@Tyler Allen (ModernBits) I love hearing why people do what in their designs, gives insight into the process behind it, thanks Tyler!
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