Here is the over all looks of the site. Instead using the initial brief where the logo should be put on the left I took another approach to place the logo centered and using another shape above it. I think it looks better with the logo.
I also change the menubar icon, placements and style.
Please check the actual pixel here.
Note: the starred mask is misplaced there. Sorry for that :P
over 1 year ago
So nice. One thing I noticed: the little crown on the top-right corner of the post is a little bit "blurry". It's my opinion, of course!
Wery well executed! I'm really starting to adore those 1px black hover effect :) It gives me an orgasm! :D
Nice work mate!
Very nice work ! A lot of things are very well executed !
And it gives me some ideas to future projects ! Thanks ;)
Awesome man. Fixed the inner radius on the pictures. Ratio is off. Looks good man. I'd polish the logo as much as the buttons on the left. They are sexy. The logo is a little but "under" designed from the rest.
@Jonno whoa.. thanks Sir! I get your point there, and thanks for the logo suggestion, I agree with you. I'll tweak it later :)
So here another approach for the navigation next →/← previous. I want something more compact. Please take a look the initial navigation here and tell me what you think?
Also there is like,follow and comment button that will appear when user hover one each picture along with the zoom icon. Crown for likes, avatar for follow, and bubble for comment.
I'm not really sure about the placement & style with that and still looking best way for this. If you have any idea/ suggestions/ critique please tell me.
And for the search field it should be wider when user hover on it. Here Bigger version.
over 1 year ago
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