Thanks for your feedback on my upcoming website, I decided to add one last thing and also correct the errors you pointed out in my last draft.
The reason I'm posting this is because I can't decide how the timeline should look.
Vertical vs. Horizonal
Matt Gentile (icons)
10 months ago
Lovely clean & simple style :)
great work friend.
@Tim Hartmann @Emrah Demirag Thanks guys, but which angle? :-)
Very very nice!
I think vertical :)
@Aqib Mushtaq @Jordan Vitanov @Ben Sampson Thanks guys!
Awesome! I prefer the 'horizontal' (items top to bottom) version. Are those round buttons clickable?
nice colors and sharp edges
So nice, wonderful styles!
@Benny Chew I'm considering it, discussing with my developer!
@M khalid khan Thanks!
@Matt Gentile Your icons are like magic.
@Victor Erixon Thanks, I'm very happy I made different sizes for that set, looks like it's working out well! Good luck :)
love this @Victor Erixon
go vertical, you will have a lot of other stations in the future, so you have enough place to go on. otherwise you have to scroll horizontal and thats .. :(
By the way, could it be that you give the screens the wrong name? Or am i thinking wrong..
@Filip Raatz | Pixel Kammer| Pixel Kammer When I did the other way around with the names people whined so now I did the other way around ;)
@Creative Goat @Mani Thanks both!
Clean. Digging it.
@James Fletcher "Merci", like they say in Russia.
awesome work mate!
@Victor Erixon Exactly :P
I think I'm leaning towards vertical.png, but you've got the names swapped :P. Vertical = up/down, horizontal = left/right.
@Maxwell Barvian Oh... @Thom totally tricked me! Thanks for your feedback.
Horizontal reads waaay better.
I'd go for vertical as well, but like @Maxwell Barvian said, they are swapped. still, a brilliant design, congrats!
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