Redesigning an outdoor products company site that wanted the interface created out of wood. The "specs" tab on the sub nav renders the product specifications a bit differently than most standard lists.
over 2 years ago
Waoh. Love it!
Bloody hell dude.
amazing! I would love see this thing live! please share the link with us when this beauty is live!
Dave, i'm hating you!
Really like the type choices in this Dave. This looks real slick!
Just when I thought I couldn't be any more jealous of you! Fantastic work.
Any idea how you're going to mark up the product specifications? I've seen a few opinions on what's "semantic" on things like this.
a thing of beauty! :)
@Vince. Dunno. That's why I have fantastic developer Nol Franklin to take care of it!
This looks awesome.
Refreshing take on the wood background. You've done it with class.
I could see a client asking for a wood textured UI, and having it come out really, really bad. You executed it well and made it look tasteful. Nice work.
i can even smell the wood dude!! amazing work, you never stop to amaze me.
Nice stuff, maybe a bit too blurry. :)
tss if they wanted it made of wood it'd be too heavy to carry all the pages or sumthin tss tss
@Ryan: Ha! Never had Chip leave a comment on one of my shots before.
One word: Wow! :-)
What are you? Talented or somethin'? haha
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