I'm playing around with a very simple cart that lives only here in this drop-down. What do you think?
almost 2 years ago
Nice colors :)
Really good, and classy combination of colors man.
Great Details !!!
I like it a lot !!!
I've been toying with the idea of making the checkout button textured like the header with stitching and everything, but I kinda like the clean like it is now.
Like the color scheme and textures
I agree with Clemens!! Amazing colors and textures!!
Checkout button fits perfectly. Maybe I would lower the opacity of the inner shadow in the qty. boxes, so that there is more white space on the upper side of the number.
Everything else looks great.
@Jure, good call on the shadow - I think I'll give that a try in my next draft. I've temporarily moved on to the front-end dev, and will be back to finalize some of the page designs next week.
It looks really good, the only thing I would change is that the drop-down isn't centered under the arrow.
Totally @Per Vestman, I'm not too sure when I didn't center it in the first place :)
cool details, very rich design
over 1 year ago
Looks good, it's well organized.
I just noticed that there are font issues caused by photoshop type antialiasing method most often caused by switching to sharp. I face to this sometimes, and it's very frustrating especially you need a sharp look :)
11 months ago
@Tibor Lovas yeah, it's a shame, isn't it? I switch to sharp once I get down to ~10pt font to help clarity and thickness, but I never like how it looks :/
Yes it is, but I think this happens to me especialy by Helvetica Neue. Maybe it's just a font issue, I don't know. I'm often using CRISP, that is the most similar rendering to sharp and don't changes the look of the type so much.
Interesting - I've never given crisp much of a chance before. I'll have to try it out!
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