Nothing complicated, a very simple layout with some careful and subtle textures added. Oh and a little category stamp.
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over 2 years ago
Really like all the little details in your work Liam.
Only thing I would suggest is maybe the 2010 is not necessarily needed (could have full date on title tag?).
Awesomely subtle texture work.
Might be cool to slightly offset the part of the stamp that doesn't fall on the card, so it looks like the card is fractionally above the background (as indicated by the shadow).
But on second thoughts, that might look balls.
I am wondering the HTML and CSS that will be needed to implement this. Will definitely look under the hood when I get a chance. (Esp. because even the underline is a pattern!). Would you really make these many requests or a Sprite? Hoping there is some CSS magic I am honestly not aware of!
Love the subtleness of the texture by the way and that purple icon is the icing on the cake.
@Andy - Cheers, I just sort of liked the placement of the date, but I could have a play with it as you've suggested and see how it looks.
@Matt - Thank-you sir!
@Pete - Awesome suggestion and it might just work. I'll give it a go for sure.
@Tuhin - I'm not doing the CSS but my developer hasn't had any problems with it yet. I'm not sure how he's going to tackle it yet but I'm sure you'll get a good look at it when it's finished.
Looking great, Liam. The textures add a lot without being too much.
You never cease to amaze me Liam :)
Reminds me of a check. Like it though.
This is awesome! My only suggestion would be to make the date the same color as paragraph type?
textures are perfectly subtle
Subtle textures, soft colors and nice typography. Really love it.
Looks great Liam! It makes me want to go buy some stationary.
by Liam McKay
Trust me, it works much better when you can see the full page. "Soft" was the approach, with not only the buttons, but the surrounding areas too.
over 2 years ago
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