a project i finished couple weeks ago , this is all i can show for now
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11 months ago
Looking nice :)
Some things though, even while it probably wouldn't matter as you finished the project already:
- Two lines of text looks a bit odd in such a small button and you have lowercase letters in it, while the other button has all caps
- The red button doesn't really seem to mix in with the rest of the color scheme, but that's hard to judge on as this is just a single screen.
@Marvin Kennis the client wanted the red , i prefer also a blue button there , but you know clients :(
Dat check mark!
Tell them to shut their mouths, blue or nothing. ;-)
If they start crying try a darker red, now it's like WARNING I'M PLAYING CUZ IM A PLAAYAAAHH. You know?
Maybe the fonts are a bit too big.
incredible as always bro
Waiting for @Taylor Carrigan or @Louie Mantia to get here and yell at you for using a 2px stroke...
besides that, looks pretty good. Quite a few dominant colors, but if the color scheme is matched in the rest of the app that shouldn't be a problem :)
superb @Kubilay Sapayer
The bold outlines are exactly that: bold. Unusual to say the least! :)
The outlines of your buttons don't have a gradient, which makes the bottom portions look too light and the top portions too dark. If you added gradients it might look better:
I question the fact that so many measurements aren't whole integers in your retina mockup: there are 3px outlines and drop shadows, 5px separators, etc. This will create headaches when you scale down to non-retina. Apple still sells new 3GS, so it matters. Why not use 2, 4, and 6 pixels?
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