A few UI elements for the front end portion of the large project I am working on.
about 2 years ago
Love that red button, man! Although, the drop shadow on it looks kinda funny to me.
Love that color scheme
Fantastic detailing Dave. What fonts are you using?
Todd: All fonts are listed in the tags above.
Nice taper on those double-lines, Dave. Attention to detail — lookin' sharp.
Beautiful, as always. But what's the hidden meaning of it all? Where's Christian in this moment of need?
Amazing color palette!!
I'm calling commie on this one. Too many hints of Mother Russia to ignore.
1. Title - Buttons and Chrome - Also known as "Кнопки и хром," which everybody knows as one of the most feared slaughter camps in WWII.
2. Red button - Really, red? As in, our designs all need to have hints of blood on them?
3. 2 fading lines - Subtle. Either a reference to the fact that a life can be faded away without much thought or showing the palm-lines ending of some unsuspecting design victim.
4. Hammer and Wrench or Hammer & Sickle - I know that you know that your chances of getting tossed off of Dribbble would greatly increase if you actually put the symbol you wanted to here, but I applaud you in your efforts to change it ever so slightly so as not to be banished.
Well, Dave, your secret is out. We all know you feel like the superior race with these PS skills you like to waive around but now we all understand that you feel even more superior about your allegiance to communism. You probably even voted for Obama.
Westboro Baptist Church
Beautiful work, Dave!
@Christian - Way too funny! I think you're on to something though. The other thing I find strange about Dave is, how fast he can hammer out his designs... I think he's a robot...!
Christian: I am infuriated. I know you think it's pretty funny to post hate-filled propaganda on my Dribbble shots, but this time you went way over the line. This a ridiculous allegation, and I want make it crystal clear:
Yes, I am a Commie, but I most certainly did not vote for Obama.
Facts are facts sir, I just call 'em like I see 'em.
Remember Stalin, we may not all be as good as you, but we have clients too. If my clients see your work, I'm screwed.
Christian: Not to worry. There is no "good" where I come from.
Everyone is treated exactly the same. Like shit.
Let me get this straight. The trauma of his youth propelled him to join in the ranks of Mother Russia as a teenager? And now, after years of studying Photoshop in the Kremlin for 16 hours a day, Dave has resurfaced as a single bachelor living in Canada, driving foreign cars and celebrating Friday every day of the week, only to slowly propagate his true beliefs via pixels to the giddy acceptance of the Dribbble community?
Joel: Nailed it.
I love having an e-stalker.
Love the detail on the tools in the red ribbon.
Love the texture and colors!
Man, if the commies ever made stuff that looked this nice, they might have actually won.
Heck, I might even have signed up — and I'm a capitalist pig.
Are the previous templates of yours included in this project?
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