First pass at the new Ordoro dashboard with all of its new crazy features. Full image attached!
over 1 year ago
Matt OMG. This is fantastic. I think I said this last time, but you are such a freaking awesome copywriter.
Nitpick: I LOVE your icons, but it looks like the gear has a bit of an inset shadow, and the heart has a drop shadow. Am I crazy?
The nav bar and the inset triangle shadow ughgksjdkgh DROOL. Flawless, my friend. I also love the progress bar in orders.
Some little grammar/copy nitpicks: under Shipping Info I think it should say "UPS, or USPS," and under Company, "set up" should be 2 words. Same as login/setup (noun), log in/set up (verb). You also use a period on the first one and not on the other 2--stay consistent (on the homepage, too).
But really... this is amazing. I love you.
Thanks y'all! And @elyse, totally with you on the copy stuff. It all needs to be rewritten and most of that stuff is FPO. Good catch on the inconsistent grammar though!
And yes, that icon does have a different shadow than the heart one. I wanted it to be inset, bet a little more subdued, but you got me thinking about it and the inconsistency is a bit funky. I wish I could confirm your craziness here, but a good catch indeed!
Yeah, I figured it wasn't final. Just picking nits, as you do.
I think we only confirmed I'm not crazy in this instance. Good luck with the icons!
by Matt Omohundro
Here's a tight crop of the dashboard all marked up and styled. Feeling pretty good about it. I redid all of the buttons using only CSS and also sprung for a Pro Plan for Pictos Server to handle all of our icons from here on out. Granted, I had to change the design of a lot of the icons from original design to equivalents in the Pictos font, but I'm seriously blown away by how awesome it is to use instead of image sprites.
over 1 year ago
Revised our dashboard a bit to make better use of the horizontal space with the data and also added back in an interactive chart of sales over time. A lot of our customers really missed it and it was great to get that direct feedback. This is always going to be a work-in-progress, but pretty stoked with this current incarnation. Larger image attached!
about 1 year ago
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