A button thing :D Full shot attached.
(that's probably the typeface we'll use, just trying different stuff).
Attached "full-map.png" having the map as the whole background, thanks to @Christopher Downer for the idea :)
over 1 year ago
Nice! I was waiting for you to make more UI things!
Some serious pattern-awesomeness happening in that button!
I really like the colour and the texture, the only thing I'm not sure about is the variation in the colours. I don't really get why they are there, imo it would make more sense if it went in a gradient as you get on real road signs.
@Robbie Pearce i tried to make it like the iOS 6 navigation thingy because that's what this'll use to do the thing you know? (LOL)
Really nice, Prekesh, I think the typeface works pretty well actually.
Nice! what's that font?
@Yummygum Open Sans
nice idea man!!!
I'll open your sans.
Really enjoy the subtle drop-shadow on the map.
@Prekesh Chavda The trick is with road signs is, you use the pattern as the light, not as the whole thing.
Well, looks good man but I do not like these pin's and I'm not sure about the texture of the green button. Nevertheless, a good concept ;)
@Mateusz Dembek the pins are just placeholders, I won't be designing them. just use the default ones
Green button looks really sexy. Love the clean design of the rest of the UI. Only thing, I would add a really soft inner shadow to the map, to make it match with the rest of the elements. But other than that, it looks pretty good to me.
@Prekesh Chavda Oh, ok then :3
Gonna get directions to your mum's house.
@Jake Moore that's where my momma lives in the second attachment (the blue thing LOL)
Chris gave you good advice, you can never have enough map.
100 likes now :P
Prekesh, how did you create that texture for the green button?
10 months ago
@Charles Riccardi I drew a set of tessellating hexagons, with varying opacities, turned them into a pattern and then put it on the button.
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