This sits right next to the facebook panel on the new post-download page.
Stamp inspired by Rogie and roughed up with "Liam's Famous Brushes".
over 2 years ago
Very, very nice. But, I agree with Dom. It's a tiny bit to busy.
Someone's on a roll... nice work Morgan!
I like it, but perhaps you might want to also have the highlight drop shadow on the red button as well?
I love you.
Stunning as always brah'
love it, and totally disagree with the dudes above about the busy-ness of it. screened back details look wonderful and still let the important form elements pop. everything doesn't always have to be so clean and boring : )
Hmm. Interesting observation.
Indeed, the stamp has a more "vibrant" colors than the "Update me" button. This somehow distracts me from the "Update me" button, even if it is right next to the e-mail field. So I'd agree with you.
Of course, there is much more going on than just colors -- the "Update me" button is larger than the stamp so maybe that's why the stamp has brighter colors (to keep balance). However, in this case, we do not need balance, and rather the button should keep more of the attention of the user...
...Or maybe we just should stop thinking about it and see this as a nice form! :)))
Man you know it's good so don't even front it like your not sure on Dribbble. You make me sick you MF'r. Morgan I hate you. Really I do. Now come give me a hug.
Dom, the postage stamp is bright because I wanted to draw attention to it, and it looks like ass when it's muted.
Raj, no. I have a very light black drop shadow there that I forgot to back on. Good catch :) http://cl.ly/6DjI
Really liking this, I'd really love to see what the error state is like though.
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