Creating a visual style based on a website i designed,
don't know what platform it'll be for yet,
need to change the colours too.
Edit: now online in CSS3 for Webkit and Mozilla @ http://www.enkera.com/elise/
almost 3 years ago
The colors! This is delicious. Nice work. :)
totally agree, love the colors.
The background, cloud logo and inputs look great.
The original cloud logo also kicked a fair amount of ass.
The submit button just isn't doing it for me for some reason however. What about something like THIS with the same shadowing that you have on the inputs?
not a fan of the submit button color, but love the the username and password, logo's also very nice and BG :D
Thanks Matthew! Looks great!
I'll see if i can get it to look like that in CSS!
I love the way the shadows under the input boxes make them curve out towards us. Very nice!
I love everything but the submit button. Beautiful!
The fields almost look like buttons. I love the colors.
Really loving the colour palette in this... nice and fresh.
Soo succulent. Seriously.
Whoa mama. That's gorgeous.
looks great! But i agree on @Skylar Hartman: the submit buttons doesn't feel right. I think the gradient on it is too much?
Love the colors!
Loving that gradient. So inviting.
Looks great! You might want to add some JS to remove the default input when you click into the field.
LOVE the colors.
This color scheme looks like it should be a candle scent.
So gorgeous, it should have a scent. I'm not fond of the rollover the submit button has, might be a bit too much action. I would make it far more subtle.
This looks gorgeous, and while the CSS3 effects are shiny and all, the darn thing won't stay in the middle of the window (vertically). I wish we wouldn't need to jump through so many hoops to get such a simple effect...
b-b-beautiful!!!...I <3 CSS3
Lovely. Are you sure about those drop shadows on input fields? I know Google does it, but in my opinion this isn’t a clear design pattern… fields has always been depressed; with inner shadow.
I like the input fields.. they are different, which is nice to see. But you have the identifier words there, so I think it's OK if they curve out. The Submit button color works better in the context of seeing the entire page, but I would love to see one where the button is that bright "fluorescent" red. Something "hot" like #d73245 maybe?
@Kyee which was originally inspired by http://cl.ly/6ca39fff73dde1e61a6e (posted on Forrst a few hours before that blue one appeared) =D
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