A simple calendar.
over 1 year ago
It looks great! Inspired by Rogie's fantastical designs?
Morgan: Yeah! I thought Rogie's idea of using staples on the binding in Fantastical was a nice touch, so I got inspired :) Thanks!
Looks great, BUT: which day would the selected one be? Friday? Thursday?
I've seen calendars use either Sunday or Monday as the first day of the week, so I really think you should always display that.
Psd! Psd! Psd!
Simplicity. Oh you.
a good practice for calendars is to highlight today AND the selected day.
also weekdays are a must for any cal.
Love it.. The two metal notches at the top add a great touch.
In Sweden we start learning English in the 1st grade.
So keep the comments in English please. Not trying to act like "the Dribbble police" or anything, but it's a way of showing respect. And it's nice for anyone who wants to read through the comments.
Anyway! The shot, I like it. But like many others have pointed out, I agree with the fact that w/o weekdays displayed, it kind of defeats the whole purpose of a calendar ;)
I get that each row is 7 days, so you can understand which day is which, but still it's not very user friendly.
And like Anton said, it would be nice to see the difference between a date in highlight and the current date.
Wooden texture looks really crisp and subtle.
Torn paper edge at the top is a very nice touch.
Looking forward to see a rebound! :)
You guys are absolutely right about the weekdays. I actually noticed I had missed that right after posting, but I didn't feel like re-uploading. After all, Dribbble's about posting work in progress :)
I really enjoy the subtlety of everything...textures, strokes. There was a lot of thought put into this.
but but there is "28" twice :P
about 1 year ago
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