Because why can't developers have nice-looking dashboards too?
Some stuff I've been working on lately for FTW. I revamped the identity and am slowly but surely building out the web and iPhone interfaces. Big things to come.
Trying to dribbble more of my work, but most of it is under NDA.
over 1 year ago
this looks sexy!
Loving that red / orange.
Ha, I do the same thing. "Oh no, this space could potentially have a really long name in it! Mr. Superlongfirstname Lastnameslongersson, hello!"
Only comment i'd make is more padding on the text to the right? Apart from that, sheer sex in 400x300.
@Dan: My favourite :)
@Tom: Long hours spent inside a PSD means I need to entertain myself in little petty ways.
@James: It's 10px and we are fitting a lot in there, but will definitely take another look at it. Thanks bud.
nice big numbers that's sure to draw attention
I... need.... more.....
Very smooth. Textures are brilliant.
Good textures as always.
That must have sucked in 1st grade when you had to write your name in cursive.
Yep, that's a graphics design
Tyler Galpin's Textures = Sextures
Really clean - love the textures.
love the selection on home, it's beautiful.
do you make your godly textures with noise layers or magical speckle brushes?
boom shakalaka , T.G. Back in the house!
This is brilliant. I love the top area too - I do agree with James however, with the padding.
Thanka everyone. Been so long since I have continually dribbbled, will be nice to get active in the community again.
@Sahand: For the noisy-looking shadows I use sometimes, I replicate the layer that needs the shadow, apply a dropshadow, make sure fill is set to 0%, convert to smart object, and then apply a heavy noise. Then I tone it down using opacity.
For my regular textures, I use a combination of grunge brushes and textures I have taken photos of and then heavily modified.
this is looking great man keep it up :)
P.S You seriously need to dribbble more! ;)
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