I like, but I think the font of "Share this on Twitter" should be more bold.
PD: Why you deleted the Facebook popover?
over 1 year ago
I really dig the varying blues on the main bubble.
Not so much a fan of the white around the "Tweet" button, but I understand the reason for it.
Overall, another design of yours that makes me want to do better.
I think it's making the action too complex. It looks good, sure. But you have a big widget, 2 times the Twitter logo and a call to action that is pretty obvious because people are already used to "tweet" things.
It may be useful in context, but I think it's too complex for what it is.
Lookin' good nonetheless :)
@Clay yeah, I'm not a fan of it either...perhaps theres some cleverness i can do to clip the button — only issue is that I want it to show the like count too, so clipping that is not gonna be easy.
@Alexandre As there's no context here at all, what you've said makes sense. I think you'd agree that this is a good solution when seen in context of use.
What I really need to know is where you got that Twitter bird icon so crisp, or if you drew it yourself, props! The 2/3px border around the "Tweet" button adds so much more value to it!
Overall, I like it man :)
Very nice, reminds me a bit of the Facebook version that Morgan made a while ago. Great way to up the focus on the sharing.
I think its pretty big, for what content it holds.
MY EYESSS MY EYESSS... so good
Very clean and to the point. Nice work, dudaroo!
I guess it would be weird for me to comment on this w/o knowing what kind of a website it will be used. Overall it's crisp graphics, I'm not sure how I feel about the white border around the button, but again maybe it's something that matches something else, plus I know how bitchy it can get to design around silly social widgets.
@Kerem yeah, I dont like the wierd white thing either, but I'm trying to combat blurry borders because of Facebook and Twitter's set button/border colors. Silly social widgets.
@Rogie you're doing good work. If we ever meet can I give you a high five?
I like it rogie, looks great - one suggestion, you don't necessarily need to use the twitter supplied button to display the 'tweet count', you can just use the API to display the count, and style that with css for a better fit. This way you can actually design the button to fit, and stick the tweet count next to it..
This is SEX. I like it, nice simple, good design. :-)
Sure you can do something much better Rogie!
Great! Tiny feedback: Increase the stroke contrast on the arrow compared to the background :)
Love it, this sort of stuff inspires me. Reason I came to Dribble this morning.. thanks!
One thing that bugs me however is that the rounded corners on the white area aren't the same as the twitter button... Not sure if changing it is a good idea however, as they look the same as the overall bubble and not sure if the FB 'like' button is different as well (if you were going to include that) but thought I should bring it up.
Something seems a little off, somehow. I guess within context and using subtle mouseover states will help the UI of this.
by Muhammad El Melegy
A quick rebound for Rogie's Twitter widget :)
* Fixed the blurry edges and darkened the top part a lil bit.. Take a look at the attachment.
over 1 year ago
Looks great! Wonder how it will look with the recent refresh of the Tweet & Follow button
Honestly, I don't really "get" it. The color & design is nice, but the tweet button itself just feels completely dominated by relatively unnecessary ornamentation. I'm sure it would make a lot more sense in context. Looking forward to seeing more =)
I think the whole buttons needs to be the click and share action. Not the little tweet this button in the middle, but have the whole thing do the job and remove the little button inside it.
I think the tweet-button should be to the left with a text next to it that says "tweeted 15 times"
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