This is HOT man. Love the user of texture and shadowing. Really gives it a lot of dimension. Arrows could be a quick fix to make it look even hotter. SWOOSH!
over 3 years ago
Nice Brian. I like the color pallet, and that orange button is quite eye-catching!
I like the colors. Warm n' fuzzy.
Any suggestions for the arrows? Thanks for the kind words all around though ;)
Sexy stuff Hoff. I suggest using the same in-circle arrow style for those arrows as you used on the submit button, only larger.
You sir are a genius. Anyone ever mention in passing that you should try your hand at being a designer. ;) Thanks for the recommendation man.
Nice stuff Brian. You're use of subtle texture always makes me green with designer envy ;)
I agree with Rogie. It would be cool to see the same sort of arrow-in-circle as we can see in the orange button. Might add just an extra bit of continuity?
Transition from the 3 buttons/tabs (?) to the list on the right could use more contrast. The shadow is so close in tone to the color of the buttons/tabs that I think doing any one of the following would go a long way:
- Darken the shadow
- Darken the color on the buttons/tabs
- Add a 1px inset vertical highlight to the right side of the buttons/tabs
Thanks man. I took Rogie and your advice with the continuity of the circle/arrow. Much improved.
As always great recommendation. I added the 1px inset highlight and darkened the shadow by 10%. Definitely helps to create separation on the tabs and overall improves the entire experience of that box. Thanks buddy.
Yep, Phil has got it right. Although I think it depends on the rest of the elements on the page. If you want to differentiate it's meaning, I would use a different arrow style. For instance, the orange button may reload a page, but these buttons may just cause a jQuery effect. Maybe you have the right arrows, they are just a little too wide. Try something like in this only smaller, maybe?
Phil you rock, Rogie you rock, Brian, I suck. Goodbye (AOL noise).
I must have edited that last comment 5 times and it's still not right. You know what I am saying. #fridayyet?
Brian, yeah, I've had a few suggestions from people saying I should try my hand at design. I don't know though. I always thought designers were balding opinionated jocks with Woody Allen glasses and stubbled facial hair. Also, I think I would suck at it — I've got no style. I'm a redneck from the hills of Montana.
Can you post a rebound? I'd love to see the selected tab look more pressed in. I think the suggestions so far have already pushed it in this direction.
Can't wait to see it!
by Brian Hoff
over 3 years ago
Liking this stuff. Well done.
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