When a user adds an item in his/her shopping cart, you'll get this message (your shopping cart has been updated). I'm not doing the CSS/HTML for this site, but I was thinking of using a fun CSS3 animation: having it fall down from the top, with a subtle bouncing effect at the end.
almost 2 years ago
Sounds like a pretty cool idea.
And the design looks top notch.
Lovely design & colors. A bounce effect would really nail this.
I'm just a bit overwhelmed with the patterns & textures. I love the stars on the bluish card, and also the background, but together with the transparent breadcrumb and the pearl line for that blue card it looks a bit busy.
Maybe it just looks busy here in the 400x300 and perhaps less in the full site?
Veerle, very cool idea. Something about the chain is a bit off... I get in in concept, but perhaps the dots need to be a bit closer together.
Really like the "1" in the cart circle... what will you do over 9? Maybe a "9+"?
Thanks for the feedback guys ;)
@oVan, yes it could be because of the small fragment indeed. Though the design is full of these elements to have a cuteness overload effect :)
@Eric Miller I might try moving them a bit closer, or add a line or something (a cord) to ties the dots together maybe. On the remark about the number of items: I'll expand the the circle (probably centered out) into a rounded button, with complete roundness on left and right ends, if you know what I mean.
Love the patterns!
Isnt it a little bit dirty? :-/
(with the all respect, big fan of your work Veerle)
Really really nice! Love the texture, and brilliant use of colours too! :)
@Veerle Know exactly what you mean on the #'s... on the chain, I think what is cool about it is that it represents that kind of chain that is made up of the "bulbs" without the cord, so try not to lose that :)
Don't bounce. Imagine I click 3,4,6 items one after another.
Love the shopping cart! Nice work
Hey Veerle. Great design! Is the message meant to be formal? I would expect a more informal tone-of-voice. By the way, I love the color palette!
@musHo The way the background looks now, its color, the subtle textures and other elements, is just perfect in my opinion. It makes the bright colors shine even more, and it also creates a good balance between the two, which makes a perfect contrast too e.g. to attract attention to where it needs be.
@Eric Miller I've used a very tin cord and it looks really nice I think, so thx for bringing this up.
@Marko Prljic well, actually that's impossible to do, because you need to be on a product detail page to be able to add an item. You can't add it on a product list page. It's set up this way because people need to see the product details before they can buy it. This is to avoid misunderstandings and trouble afterwards, because e.g. sometimes the product photos are shown in a certain way to make it more attractive (e.g. other things are added to make it complete), and so the user needs to see what's included and what's not.
Oh well then, you planed it right ;)
Love this idea & the design is flawless!
What is the font name used on this project?
@Mike: proxima nova & bree, you can see it in the tags.
Love these! And your speech at Multi-Mania was quite inspiring!
12 months ago
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