Fab's new email preference page where you decided which emails you want to receive.
almost 2 years ago
The red background signals danger to me - as if receiving the email is a bad thing..?
I would align the week days icons to the center. Maybe check box next to icon and label under both centralized in the week square?
Silly question, but why are you customizing the look of the slide switches, but not the checkboxes?
@Casper Klenz-Kitenge We decided to go for red as it's part of the brand. We try to stick to white, black, red and shades of grey (as much as we can). We did consider using green for just a second, but that didn't look right really.
@Rodrigo Grundig Thanks for the suggesting. Though, I need to see if that would improve things. I don't use center aligning anywhere for Fab, plus I'm also not a fan of it (but that's personal preference of course). I think it only works nice in certain situations.
@Jesse Gardner Hm, I don't feel that is needed to be honest. I never style those really. I always leave them as is for good recognition for the user.
@Veerle Pieters nice interface design. I like the style in your work. ++
Feels super tight, but I'm sure you have your reasons.
I can't wait to use this, as a regular Fab user myself.
@Veerle - yeah, I get that. It makes sense – but I think you could achieve the same effect using black as the background color for the switches; they'd still stand out from the page without "scaring" me.
Fabio Benedetti Thanks! :)
@Bryan Le Thanks! It's live already ;)
@Casper Klenz-Kitenge OK I see, maybe black could work too, though red is the color we use for the important action buttons, or elements that needs extra attention.
The gramophone icon is really nice.
When I see a slide switch, I want to be able to click and drag it, but I get absolutely no feedback on this until the mouse up.
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