Another iteration of the icon and the style of my upcoming portfolio.
11 months ago
Did you hit the dribbble ball on the twitter bird? I see feathers in there. ;)
Jokes apart, on a dim lit screen, the contrast still feels too low. I can only see it at 100% brightness on my MBP.
nice idea about the use of non-traditional twitter and dribbble icons... I would like to see how it works in the whole concept... good luck ;-)
Haha! That was exactly what was going on in my head when doing the icons.
Yeah I will do something about the contrast. Though even if you do not see the two sections seperately, it is fine as long as the text is not becoming too hard to read. Also I will play with some :hover styles in the browser.
@Tuhin Kumar yes i love the idea of the icons too
So much better than the last ones dude.
Pulling your shot onto black surroundings makes the contrast seem perfect vs the light surroundings of dribbble.
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