After hours of crying because of Thom's amazing rebound... I started working on improving my old design, and here is what I got.
I promise it's my last sucker rebound. :P
Just kidding, I love the work Thom has done, and redid my design based on all critiques received by the community.
over 1 year ago
Nice one! This is definitely improved! Let's get this to the popular page my friend! ;)
edit: one super tiny tip though, move that close-button 6px to the left... ;)
Much better! I think the arrows are a bit fuzzy.
niceee work daniel :)
@Thom Thanks Thom for the feedback :). I actually hate pressing a button that is not in the corner but, yes, it would be better.
@Benny Chew I don't know why, http://f.cl.ly/items/3B1r2V2H0r3K25033s3G/arrow.tiff but thanks! ;D
@Aqib Mushtaq Thanks!!
Great job! Will you also design the font size picker?
@Daniel Post lol
PS: I have found a little 1 px up fail here: http://cl.ly/2t2B1U3g0L2J0C3j011P
This is the best layout of all IMO. Much better ;)
I can still see the fuzzy fuzzy.
Ok, I'm not a big complainer because I know I have fuzzy pixels but.. those fuzzy pixels are bothering me :/
Looks good though :)
Oh shit! Where do you see those fuckin' fuzzy pixels...?? My eagle eye cannot see it. :P
@Daniel Aláez Like the improvement but I also have to say somethin' ;) My PS is going to 3200% and:
1) arrows are fuzzy, well maybe try to make the bottom not on the pixel line but in the middle of the pixel
2) arrows aren't aligned vertically - they are on different heights
3) when you look at the align elements pixels should be pushed a little bit because they are going out the pixel - hope that is clear ;)
For the time being that is all ;) Great job and keep going.
@ThisIsUI Thanks a lot for your detailed feedback. I really appreciate constructive criticism like this :)
I will focus on these things to make my design look a little better. Thanks another time!
by Brad L'estrange
Thought I would try and bring my skills up a bit. So I thought I would make a rebound to Daniel Aláez Font Window.
over 1 year ago
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