When doing this style of drop down I'm always interested to see the hover state for the first item :)
11 months ago
It's actually kind of scary how good you are with flat colours @Alex
This is looking brilliant - Nice and simple with great colors.
@Jens Windolf damn you and your pixel vision
What's the name of the font used?
And great work, by the way *thumbsup*
Looks great! So gentle :)
by Jordan Payne
I saw the Dropdown UI that Alex Penny did this morning and was inspired to rework it a little bit. I learnt about a few features in Photoshop I never knew of while working on this. http://goo.gl/dHWkn
Option 2 is in the :hover state.
PSD is attached if anyone wanted to check it out.
EDIT: Updated the PSD to address the kerning issue between the O and the p in word 'Option'.
11 months ago
Well if you don't notice that something just dropped down from it, there might be something wrong with your pixels.
As @Adis said, it would be nice if you tell us the name of the font you used.
By the way: Cool work! :)
by Brandon Jacoby
I saw Alex Penny's shot this morning, and it gave me this idea. Not sure if it would actually work in it's current context, but hey, just for practice ;-)
Couldn't find a Google+ icon that worked with this, so I whipped up my own.
its simply the best
Really nice shot! clean and simple. lovely colors!
Simple and great!
by David Stinnette
I've been wireframing for a month. Needed to get back into Photoshop ... that was fun. PSD attached - pardon the mess.
by Connor Gaughan
My take on this drop down. Though I think I like the flat colors a heck of a lot better. This seems to gimmicky...
by Maciej Jasiński
had some problems with aligning, but eventually decided to go this way..
10 months ago
by Virab Yari
So I heard you like dropdowns. ( PSD: http://bit.ly/OML03A )
Can you tell me the font pleaaase? Great design.
6 months ago
Gotham/Proxima Nova, the best UI font
by Samuel J. May
This will be used on the Chiffons fictitious website in the cake builder I'm designing. The light brown is the hover color.
5 months ago
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter