EDIT (Jan 28, 2011): Realized there's still some activity on this shot, so I just wanted to say that we launched this redesign.
Another corner from the upcoming Tender admin/supporter section.
To compare: a screenshot of our current admin design is right smack in the middle of our marketing homepage. (EDIT: The homepage has since been updated with this latest design.)
almost 3 years ago
Looks good, but I'm not sure about the active states of the main and sidebar menu. That's because I don't like inner shadows like these and I don't know if the grey is really the best color choice for the sidebar
Maybe, if you are really open for changes, you could make the main menu a tab menu. I think it might look better visually.
Plus, the blue of the "But Jesus…" text doesn't really fit, but maybe it looks better when seeing the full screen because it's obviously important content.
Actually, I think the current Tender is already really good through the simplicity. But I think this one is great as well, I hope my feedback helps a bit. :)
by Chris Rhee
Cleaning up design elements as I code. A shot of some hover states in the sidebar. New version is on the right (If that wasn't obvious, then I probably failed.)
almost 3 years ago
@holder10: Thanks for the feedback. The grey selected state in the sidebar matches the grey selected state in the filter bar ("Category: Post-recei..."). And next to the Category, there's a "Sort" dropdown that also uses that grey color. I thought it made sense to group those things together somehow. And then I extended that "pushed-in == selected" metaphor to the main navigation. Basically designing the content and working my way out.
This is looking really really nice.
Very impressed Chris :) Great work.
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