Working on this form where we collect some common information.
over 1 year ago
Love this Kerem! I feel like the shape to the right of the circle is a little funny right now. I think it lines up a bit weird. Also, did you make the image inside the circle clearer or lighter? Looks really nice.
I actually dimmed the smaller image a bit, so the image inside circle is real color.
this looks really really sexy. Props man.
Love it! Dribbble needs to add an icon for "sexy"
nice and clean..
Are you concerned that the inputs are in no way recessed, and might look inactive? What were your thoughts behind that?
@Josh I'm not concerned, you get this form while you're signing up, it's obvious it's a form, it's obvious that you need to fill it out, I think even if it looked inactive, user would still click on it to see what happens. But this is purely my opinion and thoughts behind it. What are your thoughts?
I agree with @Vera! — ware is that "Smoking Hot" button!?
Looks good! It's begging for some new HTML5 input types...
Loving this Kerem. Great work as usual:)
Looks sooo Fitbit :P
really want to fill those inputs ;).Its win win design for me.Btw the background is amazing.
Maybe a highlight state for the input in focus, and highlight the first one by default?
Also, I would text-align: right; on the ft, in, and lb fields.
Tom, thanks for the feedback. You can check out the highlight state here.
So nice :)
by Kerem Suer
On my last approach I had the "use metric/use imperial" toggle on top to have a universal and simpler UI for your personal body information units. However shortly after we learned that our friends in the UK use different units for different fields, so the official unit might be cm for height, but people use ft/in, so I had to come up with this different approach where you can change individual units, mix and match whatever you want. Dropdown presents a hover state, selected state and an up state.
Feedback is more than welcome as always.
over 1 year ago
Awesome shot. Love everything about it.
Beautiful details. Well done.
5 months ago
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