Working on a revised version of the registration timeline I was using. Do you prefer this over the more minimal previous shot?
about 1 year ago
Previous shot wins.
prefer the former, but not to know which is better without seeing the context
thanks guys @John and undertand @Andrey
I'm definitely a fan of the first registration timeline you were using. I believe the way you show progress in this timeline is more clear and effective, but the sexyness of the first timeline is killer. If you had the progress highlighted on the path on the first timeline or some other way of displaying percent complete, I'd say stick with that one. It's less expected than this timeline.
It's skinny and sexy and killer
I prefer the previous!
Yeah, I'd like to see the full thing, but I liked the first one more.
previous shot, absolutely. minimal is better.
Like where this is going =) @Nick @Brian @David @Sahand @Andrey
Back to minimal - glad I checked
I like both a lot! Would have to view the whole thing to see which one works better with the rest of the design...
My preference would be the previous design. I'm a sucker for a clean/minimal look.
definitely minimal, it went so good with all that BG! The only thing I felt was it required a little more affordance on where user are like an tiny arrow depiction may be!
prefer the minimal previous shot more, the fade doesn't look that attractive as the minimal one.
Thanks again for all the feedback. Minimal it is then.
I was going to say minimal but I also like this version as well though. The only issue visually you might run into is the background being clear and might blur into it a little... minimal is always nice! Good work Bill!
The minimal is best for sure! It is more refined and striking.
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