Sneak peek at my upcoming app. I'm particularly proud of the little tail in the lower right corner. This style is a departure for me, but I'm having fun. Blending the heck out of everything.
about 2 years ago
Illustrator or photoshop?
I like the "tail" too. Nice suggestion of subtle contour via shadow.
I wanna touch it
Funny story, I had silhouettes very similar to those in a mockup for a client recently and they were rejected for being too "white and male".
by Sergio Alvarez
Funny to get this. Thanks to this for the inspiration :)
about 2 years ago
Oh I should be clear. The silhouette is a stock photo and is only meant as a placeholder. Your icon looks grew though, Sergio.
I love the subtleness of this all. My only critique is that the "bent corners" drop shadows on the bottom of the photo frames is (1) pretty heavy, and (2) feeling a little out of place. My reasoning is that the design of the UI makes everything feel strong and rigid, but the shadow gives this sense of something bending – whether it's the image being slightly concave, or the background being slightly convex. Interested in seeing more to understand the context better. That feedback aside, I love the feel of this, and while it may be a departure from your normal style, it's really slick and appealing :)
I like the colors here and I actually do like the shadow on the photos (though the rest of the box needs depth so that them sliding beneath the chrome makes sense).
However, I actually don't understand the tail. The hard line dividing the light grey from the dark grey seems awkward to me. Why wouldn't it be the same color as the grey above it?
Maybe I'm missing something?
Good one Khoi, the frames resemble the mixel ones
almost 2 years ago
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