An experimental idea of an interface that allows you to choose your preferred taste-mix and order a surprise-meal.
10 months ago
I'm digging the "Yes or No?" and "Choose a taste-mix" style—however, the text "salty; sweet; sour" have a drop shine implying they're embossed in the background...
but the composition distinctly groups them to the dial—but because of the sharp edge and soft drop shadow, the dial looks detached from the background and causes a little confusion for me.
Just nit-picking :) Looks great though, love the gel-like orb and +blue shadow color balance.
Do love it!
Will you marry me?
The shadows are perfect and your style is so original!
Perfect work. Just Little concious about typo :|
@Julian Lloyd Thanks for the detailed feedback! I'm not 100% sure which shadow you're referring to, the shadow around "sour"?
@Julian Lloyd If it's that one, you're right, I noticed it just after I uploaded the shot and I was thinking whether to re-upload or not, and I decided to leave it be. :)
@Sasha Agapov ahahah ! :))
@Sasha Agapov the answer to your question is http://drbl.in/eJgm :))))
@Nina Which I already liked couple of days ago.:)
what r u doing??????????? This is amazing concept and excellently implemented...Whao!
@Hemant ahaha reading your first sentence thought I was doing something wrong and was like "ah, what did I do this time" :))) but the second sentence changed everything :P
@Nina Believe me, its out of the world...I love it :)
@Nina Excellent details, really like the subtle colours!
Love the marble! My cats have a toy that looks quite similar. Always excited when they play with it while I try to sleep. lol
@Nina Well that shadow near "sour" makes the whole graphic look like it's floating above the background...
Whereas the shine (white dropshadow) underneath the letters "salty" "sweet" and "sour" visually suggests those words are flat with the background...or "etched" into the background...
So when combined, it looks like the words "salty" "sweet" and "sour" are flat with the background, but the rest of the graphic looks to be floating... perhaps a little odd of an observation, but it was the first thing that jumped out at me.
Either way, still really great work.
@Julian Lloyd Yes, it's the same shadow I was thinking about. I thought it was too late to delete the shot and reupload and that's why I left it with that shadow that happened to be there by mistake :)
Great idea! :)
9 months ago
7 months ago
by Nina Geometrieva
Based on the circle interface in "Choose a taste-mix".
6 months ago
Cool! @Nina Georgieva
6 months ago
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