OK, I've taken the comments on board (thanks) and they've really given me the motivation to go harder on this. I think I really want to develop this style further. So, I've messed with contrast, added small detail elements and added the LED (great idea, I never thought of it!!).
Again, though, feedback welcome. Thanks
about 1 year ago
Now it rocks! Great job :)
Now, THAT is great! Really like the way that you spread the green light on the gradient and under the switch. I didn't count the pixels, of course, but seems like the outside bevel is a little bit closer on the left than the top and bottom.
But man, this is the kind of things that inspires me to build something new, a new app or something, just to use this switch! :D
wow! great work!
Nice work man
@Mike Beecham That is NICE!
OK, you're so much better at this than me, but quick query...
If 'ON' & 'OFF are signified by the position of the switch & the light, do you still need to have 'OFF' paler? Is it a bit overkill?
Feel free to ignore that though as I do love it.
Thanks for the comments and critique guys, it's really appreciated...please feel free to keep it coming.
@Jonathan Bennett Possibly, but I quite like the paleness of the 'off'. I think it's just another little detail that works into the overall feel.
Happy to concede :-)
This is excellent.
Great look. Detail is awesome. Makes me want to slide it.
This is so perfect..
15 days ago
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