i played around with dabblet today and this is the first outcome:
1. normal state
2. hover state
3. pressed state
in action with css3: http://dabblet.com/gist/1669884
over 1 year ago
My only suggestion is that the pressed state doesn't look "pressed" enough and if since it looks pressed, the normal one looks like it should come off the page a bit more. But just tiny details :-)
A little too glossy for my taste, but looks pretty cool :)
@Julie thanks for the hint, but you could try the live demo for a better feeling of the pressed state, because it's animated ;)
@Christoph yea i know, you're right, just wanted to play around with css3 box shadows a little bit ;)
Really gorgeous styles! I especially love to see front end design work on Dribbble. Thanks for introducing me to Dabblet too :)
those.....are some lovely buttons ;) welcome!
Super nice!!! :)
I can't believe I've never seen dabblet before. This is awesome!
I don't usually like glossy stuff, but this looks very clean. And loving the transitions. Well done.
@Marvin, yep I tried. I love the hover state :-)
But I still feel the same about the pressed state.
@Julie okay maybe i try to improve it then ;)
Nice. Welcome to Dribbble, Marvin! :-)
@Aran thank you :)
God of css3 :)
haha, thanks andrey :-)
nice, thanks a lot for sharing the css3 insights.
Quite like them :-)
about 1 year ago
css3 is awesome
10 months ago
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