I'm still alive and had little time tonight to work on this neglected step child of mine. This is where you get to see all the beautiful colors in a list view.
ANY feedback is more than welcome, no hurt feelings. Keep in mind nothing is set in stone and this still is a pretty early stage design.
You might wanna follow me or Nick if you have any questions.
almost 2 years ago
Looks nice but the contrast might be a bit low on the real device.
@Benjamin yes, it's a bit low. Although, I'm designing on the device and so far it's been okay. But again, it's pretty dark in the room, I have my brightness set to 100% and I'm the one designing so I know where everything is. I usually check it out indoors, outdoors, on public transit, walking, etc. to see if everything is readable. We shall see.
Thanks for the feedback!
the colors look great
Love the style of the buttons
I really like the minamilistic approach. The icons look clear yet not shiny or annoying. When up close I wonder if a little noise could be added for a little texture - take a look at the background of this page - its not flat, but uses a little noise. For me it's question of a little depth. But all in all it's great. Love it.
I love your style. What is this font you always use? Din?
So pretty! *o*
It looks great! If I'd point out anything it would be the contrast as @Benjamin De Cock mentioned - text and icons.
Looks good, my only concern is the contrast. I rarely have my screen brightness at anything more than 50% ;)
Very detailed interface, liking it! ++
this is some beautiful stuff man. Good job.
Looks good, I would suggest changing the color of the progress bar over the wood background to a dark brown. Seems like it'd be more consistent with the icon treatment up there.
I love the colors!!
Thanks all, appreciate all feedback.
Dang man, I love those buttons. I mean, to the point of it being awkward...
What is the progress bar for exactly?
This looks really cool but I don't understand the large circle. I think it obscures an otherwise really nice looking bit of UI work.
@Joseph P. Albanese Progress bar is for showing the progress of loading.
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