This is a search results screen, what you're not seeing is a grid system where there are 2 chunky profile cards per row and 5 rows a page with pagination. I have a layout change controller that lets you go from grid view to a more traditional list view. The top form field is in focus, and with scroll that top bar will stick to top. On the left hand-side you're looking at the left side navigation with filters and tags. This time "advertising" is in hover state.
Feedback always appreciated.
9 months ago
I love that blue. Great, clean, style as always!
Clean as usual ! Just that the contrast between blue text on grey boxes for tag counts feels a bit off to me. May be it can be an even lighter grey with darker text. And then a 1px stroke may help maintain contrast with background grain.
nice concept for search results! And so clean...
This looks very clean and I really like it! Keep it up!
Noise is a bit too intense for me. Like the colors
Fantastic. Open sans looks fantastic here!
Id love to see the default tag numbers in the same grey as the text with white numbers. As @Nitin Garg mentioned there is not enough of a contrast.
And the noise is a little over the top and feels strange with the transparency with the top bar.
nice job @Kerem Suer
Only the noise is in my eyes to strange, the other is awesome & clean!
What font are you using? Not open sans is it?
Really digging the flashy blue! It works really well
Open Sans bold, will be rendered poorly in Windows browsers.
Try to reduce the noise a bit.
Looking good so far Karem. Excited to see the whole thing.
I loved the over all look and feel of it especially that blue glow stuff around input box one thing bugging me is too much of noise in background.. This is the first shot where you have used noise I guess :)
I agree with @Ari. The noise is a little too powerful. Other than that, this is wonderful.
Too much noise, otherwise its nice!
Still have the doubt. What's the website?
Nice design btw!
8 months ago
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