I love it!
almost 3 years ago
This one is the clear winner of the two.
I like it too - awesome work
I definitely like this direction conceptually over the previous, but the contrast in the buttons with the background isn't strong enough, IMO. The icons and text are hard to read
this one is way better than previous, good work :)
Kevin, thanks man. The comp that I shipped has the inactive icons colored beigeish. I think I like it better this way, and am very curious as to what others think.
Like Kevin, I think the text and icons are too hard to read. Not really enough contrast between them and the background.
Very Awesome Indeed.
FYI, this isn't pixel perfect because I just resized a jpeg of my original at retina display resolution. It's my first time designing for it. I hope it renders it more faithfully than photoshop. Also there are some placement and continuity issues with the nav at the moment, don't mind those.
wow this is cool! Good work!!
Make a pressed version, or selected to be white or just lighter or something else when pressed :D
love where this is going, that stitching is awesome
I agree with Kevin. I think making the text black and having the 1px drop shadow on the icons only may work a bit better. Looks great though.
Definitely better than the previous version! Looks great.
Is it just me or is the bottom part a bit hard to read?
@ALL Is this one preferred? - http://grab.by/5Msh
Yes! But make sure to also try it the other way.. when active = yellow, otherwise black.
Definitely moving in the right direction. The lighter icons at the bottom help—but without as much contrast up top they really steal your attention from what you're trying to look at. I think you can probably hit a better balance between the two. Nice work man!
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