WIP. Comments are highly appreciated. Struggeling with too much information from the prototype.
Anbefalt = Recommended
over 1 year ago
The content placement is logical, the design is elegant. I'd probably have used a different color for the ribbon for some contrast, but other than that, there's nothing I can think of. It's very nice.
I already told you some ideas, but I'll post it here anyway to add to the conversation :)
UI is awesome. Green color is a bit overwhelming. Might be that in this shot, the book featured on the left has partly teal/green titling text, so that adds on to it.
But if you rework "Legg i bokhylle" (add to shelf - english) into a button and if it's possible to drop "Anbefalt av Pax" at the bottom, since you already have the banner for it, then I think that would clean it all up a lot.
But overall it's clean, sophisticated and crisp.
Great work overall!
@Maleika: Thanks for the comments. I agree with you regarding the ribbon. Im trying to make the design less green based on comments from Emir/Growcase. I will try to see what else I can do here.
@Emir: Agree with you regarding the green. Both you and Maleika are on the same path here so I better listen to you :)
The only problem making "Add to shelf" into a button is that its not a primary action. The primary action is opening the book and then adding it to a project.
I will take a look on shaving the "anbefalt av Pax". But I doubt Im allowed to cut it :)
Thanks for good comments. I will look into the problems you´re pointing out
by Gunder Bruun Eriksen
Inspired by Dribbble. Changed the Like icon to a heart, and using the thumb for the books that are recommended by the publishers.
I might get away with using grey for links here because they have icons. But maybe they could appear disabled. Usability wise its not that smart to use grey or black for links. Comments? Im struggeling a bit here :)
over 1 year ago
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