Some more of the app, I am working on with a client. It's been fun using these different kinds of elements and treatments.
Follow me on Twitter for details. This is gonna be a great app for kids!
almost 2 years ago
I actually do like those numbers a lot more now than when we were talking about them. The white strokes make it work perfectly.
This one is ROCKING :)
Need to see that in pixels!
Hello gradient, thick stroke and drop shadow. Good seeing you again.
Awesome design and idea! I'm totally going to use this on my daughter one day! :D
wow - looking forward to see the rest of the app! Great work on the numbers too :)
This is all kinds of good!
Fom the looks of it, I'd only reduce the drop-shadow's opacity a bit on the 'booky' thing (main blue shape).
Excited to see the finished product.
whoa! Thanks everyone!
@MattScrib, yeah the font you passed on last night was cool, but this was a little more fun and the client liked it better.
@Kerem, I peed in your scooter helmet.
How many points to earn a gold rolex watch?
@Jason, in exchange for (1) plastic plant that dances in the sun sitting on your desk.
So, is this an allowance app? Like Olympic Sales, but instead of selling stuff for a bike, you do chores for gaming time?
Looks awesome! Can't wait to see more. I'm inspired :-)
As usual, your work is great! Can't wait to see the final product, Eric :)
@Joey, thanks man! I appreciate it.
@Kurt, you will see soon :)
Holy Mother of Moses...this is amazing!
@Shaun, thanks broham!
Nice work as usual buddy. Looks fun!
I will finish ALL my homework if I win a game like this :)
Great work @Eric Hoffman ¿Can we see the live app? I want to share it with my niece.
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