Wow, cool! What's a font?
11 months ago
Somebody's having a party! Nice :)
Love those dashed borders, I only have one question: the way the x is pushing the price out to the left looks weird in a static shot; is there some animation that goes along with it? Maybe let the x hang out to the right in the padding of the main box?
But now I'm just haranguing you on details; it looks great!
Love how clean this is.
A few suggestions, if I may... :)
1. Why is the cursor set to pointer? Shouldn't it be the default textbox one?
2. Cancel doesn't quite feel right to me. But, I don't where else it should go. LOL.
3. I don't think the 'x' should be revealed on hover. Not a big functionality that reveals on hover, especially if the UI going to be used on a touchscreen.
Just my 3 cents. Hope it made sense :P
by Rafe Goldberg
@Robert van Klinken Maybe something like this? (I might be overdoing this whole constructive criticism thing, but hey! I was bored and anyway I had a lot of fun with the inner shadow on that x button. Maybe too much...)
11 months ago
Clean and beautiful as hell ! Top work, dude.
@Rafe Goldberg Yeah seemed not to work in this way. @Haziq Mir made me realise that the idea was stupid. Off course the cross should be seen all the time. Thanks for the feedback fella's. I've attached a slight improvement.
The attachment is definitely better, nice work dude!
I agree with @Davey Heuser , Great work man :)
Nice! What's the font?
@Andrey Maxim @Marcello Manso Hint. The city of Batman.
@Robert van Klinken nailed it; the attachment cleans up!
Looks great. Minimal and clean ftw. ;)
NIce & clean man :) but I agree with all the suggestions above, also I prefer to remove ">" to save some spaces
I really like this, looks like everyone really covered it all with the feedback. So, all I could do is give you a little like. XD
You sure you don't have a drinking problem?
Looks nice, but I don't agree with the price being on the left. It looks odd to follow the price list down and then all of a sudden have to jump to the far left to find the total price. This might decrease conversion for checkout, and time to checkout if the user's eye's have to jump around the screen to find the total price then go back the other way to check out.
10 months ago
by Jacqueline Angel
Just tinkering around with a shopping-cart widget.
about 1 month ago
Had to re-upload because I didn't like my last shot. Thanks @mikemoloney for the previous feedback.
25 days ago
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