Some new client work!
Switches were inspired by the great @Ionut Zamfir
over 1 year ago
George, it rocks :)
I feel like the "Annual Fund Traffic" number should be displayed constantly, if possible. I like to review everything in a form before submitting to make sure it's correct, and the fact that you have to hover over the slider to see what number you've set would make me feel uncertain.
Lovely design, though.
Next button color just seems a bit off in regards of the overall feel.
Other than that love the warm feel of it.
What if you have a start/date... issue number or if you need to select a particular card type?
I would suggest editing the alignment of the buttons a little. Right now, the buttons are not aligned with the other elements on the far side of each. Also, the selection dial path is a bit wider than the boxes.
Here's a comparison of the two (yours vs. with my edits): http://ericshafer.com/dribbble/lets-get-started-crit.jpg
i love that top tittle :D
love it! The drop down fonts may be are slightly too light!
Great design, the colors (particularly the strokes) seem a bit too faded though which may cause problems for people viewing it on dim and older screens. Overall tho, this rocks.
Thanks for all your feedback –– I agree with everyones points and will take everything into consideration when revising the visual!
This *looks* great, but I am confused by the way in which this functions.
Does the user not have a card? Or do they already have the card, and are simply inputting their data?
If use case two is true, why do they need to have the toggle switch at all? The interface should be smart enough to determine based on the card number what account type they have correct?
Also, if I click personal what happens? Is it the exact same data/information entry? If so, why does it matter to have a large toggle at the top? With a toggle like this I expect it provide a different data entry on the other side. It also seems more like a "tab" then a selector for the specific account type.
Just trying to clarify the use case here and whether this is a good *solution* to the problem :D
Great work ++
Great work, buddy :)
Hey @George whats you technique for making buttons like this? If you don't mind sharing design practices (layer styles). :) love your work brotha
about 1 month ago
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