On click, the share items are revealed. Nothing too crazyyy
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I thought the title 'Events' didn't had enough spacing, but it doesn't matter as it underneath the overlay.. Like the simple but perfect layout!
I'd be tempted to bring the close icon inline with the title and see what that looks like. Maybe subtle arrows left and right to show there are more pics available? Looks excellent though.
Now the question is, if people will really want to do another click (should be opened by mouse over instead of click) to open this small window to be able to share this "event". But yes, showing share links side by side with "event" could be a little bit distracting :)
Just my thoughts.
HA! Like that many people use G+ :)
Great shot, but agree that it would be worth exploring having the share items appear on hover instead of onclick.
Really nice! I'm curious to see how this looks (the share) on the main site.
@Frantisek Kusovsky @Brian Lovin thanks for the feedback - good points ( I've been dealing so much within the mobile space lately - kinda forget about rollover from time to time )
@Shaun Moynihan hehe meee too :)
I think I'm the only one that isn't a fan of the green overlay... did you try their blue instead and play with the opacity at all? The green seems very distracting to me...
nice! what font did you use?
@Anthony Fonte I hear ya. Part of me likes how bright it is but I'm gonna play around with Opacity and saturation some. Thanks for the tip
@Antonio Krämer Fernandez various weights of Proxima Nova
I think the green overlay should be the same pale green colour that's at the very top of the main page, otherwise I think it looks absolutely amazing!!
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