iPad ? :D
almost 2 years ago
The thick Facebook style strokes & boarders don't match you're buttons style with the 1px stroke.
The Facebook wording can be brighter and vector can be aligned to pixel at the bottom of some letters f/a/k.
Pretty cool tho man :)
It looks nice, but it looks like it's for kids with the thick picture borders and bubbly clouds.
The portrait looks like a silhouette of a 10 year old, mainly because the silhouette crosses over into reality with it's fairly realistic proportions.
Friendly no doubt. :-) If this was made for youngsters, then I say you nailed it hehe.
The shadows on the edge are messing with my mind, is it inset or is it hovering over the dark background?
(inner glow & dropshadow)
I know the pictures icon has thick borders because that's how Facebook does 'em, so doesn't bother me as much as some people.
Although I am not sold on the style of the clouds, they look kind of bubbly and out of place a bit, are they even necessary?
Overall it's looking nice though man.
I'm guessing it's a twitter client :P
But I do think the button's border should be a bit thicker. Still a great job!
Just want to clarify, I'm totally not bothered by this. My initial reaction was just that it felt young compared to what I'm used to seeing on Facebook, which is fine, just felt like a slight departure.
Nice execution, but it does look like a kids version..but saying that, skype has clouds etc.
I really like it, but it loses the universal 'anyone, any age can use it' that the current facebook brand has already. Personally, i prefer, but that's because I like pixels : )...the gazillions of other facebook users aren't all detail loving designers
Looks great except the button. think the button is slightly too wide with comparison to the Facebook Trademark.
Other then that I Like
@Kyle, i was thinking that its too tall, or the text is too small. Otherwise this is pretty sick. good work jeff.
A Mac OS X Widget? :-p
liking this alot!
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