This is the login page of the app.
full design here
Yes I know. That Facebook button is massive compared to the rest. It is intended this way.
Pictures are all made by me, pretty convenient :)
over 1 year ago
Looks nice, man!
@Eric Hoffman Thx dude, glad you like it!
@Elliot Thx mate, I like them too ;)
Very nice keeping it simple!
Love everything except the social buttons. Too much contrast with that lower Facebook signature highlight. Twitter glyph looks jagged, and I think the email glyph is a tad too sharp in the corners.
Nav bar is my favorite, though.
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ I remember a dialog about the Facebook login button a while ago, I must say it ended up looking great, very elegant that bottom stripe :) makes it feel lighter. Perhaps the Twitter, Email Glyphs and font I would add a bit more inner shadow? Perhaps only raising the distance from 0px to 1px (on inner shadow) would do the job, to inset the text/glyph a bit more?
I really like the Facebook button and the stripe on the bottom. It's unique and different. Great job!
Not a fan of the twitter bird you're using, maybe use the official one? Other than that, this looks great, especially the navbar.
Excellent, comme d'habitude. La photo des mouettes est terrible :D
There's just sexyness all over the place
love the colours! looks so soft!
Awesome topbar texture!
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ great job as always! Very detailed and crisp.
The thing I love most is that the buttons are big enough for "big boys" fingers :)
I personally have very tiny and slim fingers but always care about how comfortable it would be for people to tap on the button. You certainly care too!
honestly, you're creative on the design, but the name of the app is a bit ... not creative? haha
Very nice. I like your solution for multiple signups. I also had to do the same for an app that I'm working on. I like that you de-emphasized the other two option making it less busy. Well done!
Love the work mate!
That is the most distorted Twitter bird ever.
very nice :)
I really like twitter and email buttons
Can you please provide the PSD of twitter and email buttons? I want to see the shades and borders
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