Here's my idea of what the Twitter for Mac compose window could look like. Right now I feel there's too much contrast on the bottom portion of the window, and this would emphasize the actual content of the tweet much more. Original: http://idzr.org/yp6j
almost 2 years ago
I used a similar solution for something I am working on http://dribbble.com/shots/623646-Investment-comparison-widget
Much prefer this over the current version. It would be cleaner with the buttons on one side, but the cleaner design looks much more appealing. Good job Chris :D
I love the minimalist buttons
Before posting a "shoot" on dribbble, finished at least ...
@Visualia ☯ Heh. I posted it without text because this is just a mockup and Photoshop's text rendering ruined the shot. Didn't think that was really necessary to get the point anyways.
We all have our issues with Photoshop text rendering but @Visualia ☯ is right. The text is part of the visualization as awful as PS makes it, this just feels incomplete up to the point that a fellow above though it was a minimalistic approach.
@Mac Well I'll clarify that this is not intended to be without text, but I did intend to post it this way. :) It's just a little mockup and more about the styling of the window than the text of the buttons.
I know, I know, but it's in our nature to be picky and detailed.
Guys, Dribbble was never about *only* finished and perfect shots. It's about sharing pieces of work - from rough sketches to finished designs. :)
I love it!
8 months ago
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