I like what you guys were doing and it got me thinking. Here's another idea for showing price ranges (I'm not sure what the tag icon is, but I left it). Also, maybe it makes more sense to have the higher price up top?
over 2 years ago
I like the split. It feels less heavy, and also provides more horizontal space while communicating the difference.
However, I'd be curious how it would look when displayed in a column mixed with single and multiple price rows. Would the multiple price rows overwhelm the others?
I think the tags are simply to represent that there are multiple price points, and thus multiple potential "price tags".
Good point. I would probably try making the single price fields use a slight larger font to help even the visual weight. I'm thinking this layout would be decent for scanability, but when you mix in single prices, perhaps not. Worth exploring some various ideas though.
You guys are awesome, thanks so much for the ideas. As per the tag, I was just playing around with an idea for "price tags" like Garrett mentioned. I'm really digging the use of Superscripts in the price. I like all of it hah, excited to play around with it some more.
Also just noticed your super subtle use of the color shift to separate the two prices that looks great. Got me excited to work on this.
The split in the price looks great!
about 1 year ago
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