Working out a better main call to action button for the dual purpose of the site.
over 1 year ago
Wow.I like it. Works really well with the background. Nice job!
This is a nice evolution from the last one. I still think a 1px, 8% black solid shadow on the type would look fantastic. It doesn't look like a shadow even, just sharpens the text. Also It looks like the vertical divider rule isn't coming all the way down to the bottom edge.
Yeah, I think what Chris is suggesting will work nicely. Something to give the white text some contrast against the light orange will make the whole button a bit more actionable. Looking nice otherwise.
Thank fellas! @Alex @Chris @Kyle Fiedler
I am still playing with the 1px shadow to find the right balance. I don't want to push the design to far into the textured shadowed world. I want a nice balance of depth and flatness. I think 8% should be subtle enough...trying now.
Nice! I know, it's bit overused, but i can really imagine Inner shadow in "or" circle, with 1px white drop shadow in overlay mode :)
@Ondrej thanks! I am slowly but "cautiously!" adding a bit more to it.
the font works really well here. which font is that?
Is it just me or is the splitter 1ps short at the bottom?
Other than that, amazing, the colours are fantastic.
@Anthony the type is Neutraface
@Alan thanks and yes the splitter in 1px short. I didn't catch it until after I posted =)
You and those blurred bgs, man. You've still got it.
@Daniel good to know =)
Love this! Just want to say that your work inspires me Bill.
Thanks @Emma =)
That colors are amazing!
@Bill S Kenney really nice work ++
Thanks Guys! @Dominik @Fabio
I love the contrast of the blurred background image with the clean crispness of the button - brings the call to action into clear focus.
If I were to make a few suggestions:
* Go easy on the shadows - they're starting to get a little cliche'd (from a general aesthetic trend point of view that is, not you in particular!).
* the "or" could do with a little more contrast with it's background to highlight the need for choice.
* the dual use of bold on "coach" seems a little odd - to me, the question it seems you're asking is to *find* a coach OR *be* a coach... but then I dont know the context of the button, or more to the point the site, so I could be way off here, such are the limitations of dribbble!
Excellent work as always though Bill :)
@Andy Great input - I will def revisit the choice of boldness on the text. Thanks!!
I like the principles behind it. It force you to chose one, but this should be placed on the right position.
Just out of interest what is the photo you are using in the BG?
@Ed Vinicombe just a random shot with the color palette I wanted and a heavy lens blur on it.
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