Haven't posted something decent in a while so hopefully this snapshot will remedy that. It's a small piece of a bigger project, still WIP.
about 1 year ago
I like it! On first glance it feels like the translucent black buttons should have the same inner shadow that the blue filter has...
@Joey Rabbitt I don't think so. The blue button has the inner shadow for a reason to show you it's active.
A border around the image on the right would make it more "viewable" i think - otherwise it looks great!
@Steffen Nørgaard Andersen I'm hoping the dark background will solve that.
@Coen van Hasselt For me, because they are translucent black it almost looks more like they should be lower than the wood, like they're indented. The inner shadow that implys the solid blue highlight is actually lower than the glassy black shapes feels a little miss matched.
I love how playful the pin is.
Ow man, love that pin! It says 'BAM'
@Joey Rabbitt, there's an ambiguity to those dark buttons...are they a smokey piece of glass on top of the wood, or are they a darker wood inset into the menubar surface. If the former, the inset shadow is confusing, if the ladder it's fine, right? Maybe better to correct the ambiguity.
@Andrew Liebchen I think the thing that's not sitting right is the mix of translucent and solid colour.. The indented solid blue is what makes me think the glassy buttons don't quite match up.
♥ The pin also.
@Joey Rabbitt your slowly moving away from the subject, but i do get what you mean, the black buttons do indeed not fit well in the design. It would be better if these black buttons where made of a lighter wood that pushes out, so it fits the wood.
@Coen van Hasselt "Moving away from the subject?" You make it sound like I'm under interegation here. Just giving some feedback ;)
@Joey Rabbitt Oh no, didn't meant to put it that way lol.
The other parts that make this layout work are not shown here. I appreciate the suggestions though :)
@Coen van Hasselt No probs, I'm only messing :)
@Paul Ungureanu The difficulty of squeezeing everything in to 400x300! Really liking your work.
@Joey Rabbitt Yup. I should be able to post a more detailed shot in the coming weeks. Thanks man.
very nice Paul :)
@Andrey S. Rodrigues Thanks :)
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