Sleek! I think you should try to decrease the line-height maybe but it's up to you ;) anyway me like!
about 1 year ago
Clean! I like the line-height :)
Nice 'nd clean! Personal website?
Agree for a tiny bit with the line-height, it doesn't feel good, but it does. If you catch my drift ;)
Personally, I would take a second look at the shadow / border. There's a lot going on there. White border at the top. Shadow at the bottom. Thick border + opacity. Another white border. Less = more!
Yeah, nice one!
Like the border a lot!!!
I think we can come to tell that you did a good job on this. Everything else seems to be a matter of personal preference. Nice work Wouter.
Nice work, Wouter!
Nice work, that border... luv it!
10 should be something with 5 and the last one should be like something with 10 :P
But cant figure it out what it should be.
I think the line height is great. What I think throws that body of text off is all the links.
TEN fingers? Are you sure? :)
@Alex Pankratov I am not sure..I have to admit.. it was actually a wild guess..
@Wes Oudshoorn less=more? This is Dribbble...More=more! Yes=more!
@Andrew Liebchen I think that achieving the most visual richness with the least amount of visual elements is what good design is. So when seeing something pretty like this shot, still I try to give feedback to try and help a fellow designer remove stuff to try and make it even better .
But. We make the rules to break them.
@Wes Oudshoorn I do agree with you, and hope that everyone finds your critique here valuable, as do I. My snark was not meant to discourage your voice, only to comment on the creep of a kind of digital decorative baroque that is so commonplace (yet unnecessary) on Dribbble.
@Andrew Liebchen A sigh of relief ;)
What's that font? It looks great :)
@Bram Schulting it is 'Open Sans'
by Bram Schulting
I Really love Wouters' shot, so I wanted to make a rebound. I also made an iPhone version.
about 1 year ago
I Really love Wouters' shot, so I wanted to make a rebound. I also made a desktop version.
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