Getting the initial compositions together for the core UI elements of a web based hotel management application.
This is the basic table listing view (see attached). Looking forward to working on the more interesting calendar view next.
almost 2 years ago
Cool stuff. However, I think the contrast on most of the buttons are too weak.
Very nice. However, the contrast, as @Mads said, between the strokes and the fill of most of the buttons, particularly the darker ones at the top, is too weak, which creates the illusion of some fuzziness, especially at the top of the button.
Thanks for the feedback. I was actually focusing on a lower contrast as a lot of my recent feedback has been to soften things up. Definitely don't want to lose the sharpness via too light of strokes.
Very nice interface, good composition and generally good colors. The strokes seem a little weak next to the fill I agree, but thats a small thing.
@James Your execution is nice, but nearly every single element has a gradient, even the section backgrounds. If everything pops it makes the interface difficult to read. Vertical dividers between the sort options might help readability in that area too.
Thanks @Mason Yarnell I tried to keep gradients to ONLY elements which are interactive to keep them tangible. The content in the tables (the zebra rows) are not a gradient.
Yep, the table looks good. Really like the colors within the table. It might even things out a bit if the panel backgrounds at the top were a bit more flat. https://skitch.com/yarnell/812bh/dribbble-bellboy-home-v1.jpg-by-james-scott
Ah gotcha. Appreciate the feedback. Dig your work btw.
No sweat, just my 2 cents!
Second to @Mason Yarnell Like the colors and layout. Neato
I agree with @Mason Yarnell That header and the palette are really nice though!
Agreed with the rest of the comments, but I still think it looks slick :)
This looking so good but i agree with @Mads Ejsing guess the font color on buttons are slightly lighter
looks fresh !!
@James Scott man nice interface, but i agree with @Mason Yarnell here.
oh! really nice! awesome!
About the contrast, I want to underline that I do like the "fuzziness" and smooth feel of the buttons. I was mainly referring to the contrast between the text/icons and the other elements.
Nice. I would reduce the contrast of Logout button.
Super slick man one suggestion though the font on the green button could be bit darker as its hard to read for now.,
Looks very nice, I think the text labels on the buttons are too light, agree with whats already been said above by others.
wow colors are insane!
@James Scott lovely interface ++
Great work :)
Love the softness.
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