Made some changes. Better or worse?
about 1 year ago
I think the paper tear on the other one might look better as it doesn't draw the eye away from the form as much.
Good job, hottieboo94!
@Elliot I dunno. Somebody commented telling me that it seemed way too unreal. Thanks!
@Raphael Ong Thanxx, partygurl95!
@Haziq Mir I think ther may be to much drop shadow on the torn paper. Very good in overall :)
@ThisIsUI But, dude, this is UI! D:
LOL. JK. Thanks! :)
@Haziq Mir Ok, then ;D
very nice :)
I love it
Wow much better! Great as usual man!
@Haziq Mir You're welcome, raepboi99!
@Haziq Mir I agree with @Elliot. The old paper was much more 'in flow' with the rest of the design.
I think there would be a better way to improve the toggle bar iconography, it's not transparent at the moment. A new user would have to play with it to learn what it does. But overall, I really like the colors in use.
Thanks everyone! :)
@Raphael Ong You won't want the world to know...
@Prathyush Pramod That's what I thought. But I couldn't find of proper icons. I think placing the control adjacent to the password field can give the user a better (if not completely clear) idea of what it does.
Oh wow, this is very pretty.
Why do you want it to look like the login fields (which you gave a lot of realism through tactility and 3d look) are on a block of paper? I don't get the design analogy / context?
To me this whole torn paper / stacked paper effect is overused, and often in contexts that don't seem to make sense to me.
Love the ability to change the password field to regular text.
much better, great job!
@Haziq Mir Awesome work bro!
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