Not destined for the kind of project it might look like it's destined for.
about 3 years ago
Looks slick, however I'm not sure how I feel about the whitespace around the days.
I also assume a December would be below the November seeing as it is going quarterly, correct?
Nice and clean - dig it!
Ryan: What don't you like about the white space around the days? And yes, Dec comes right after Nov. ;-)
You have such a light touch with a grid, Khoi. This is really beautiful.
It feels great!
Beautiful. You show mastery of the grid, good sir.
This is why I follow you.
I agree on the white space around the days, but only depending on the final size of the grid. At this size it creates an annoying optical illusion. But I think at a larger size, which I assume it is, the effect will be reduced.
Ian: can you describe the optimal illusion? I'm too close to this to really be able to see for myself. I could use a cold eye!
I don't actually mind the white space, but I do think it calls attention to itself. Also I think the optical illusion is a much less severe version of this one.
Love the big click targets on the previous quarter and next quarter though. In general this feels very inviting— great work.
What's the final size? I think the optical illusion wouldn't show up if it's much larger.
The final size is basically yer standard 1024w Web page. I see the optical effect you guys are mentioning now. Let me see if I can do something about that.
Hey Khoi: Love the concept here. I've always struggled with useful ways to present archives.
The bright blue makes it feel too noisy, though; could you cut the opacity of the color in half? That might make it compete less with the content as well as addressing the strange optical illusion @Ian mentioned.
Don't listen to ’em Khoi, everything is perfect as is. Except for the arrows, those have to go :P
What do you get when you post your inspiration to Dribbble? Too many cooks! ;)
Hehe, but I dig it.
By the way, I can finally reveal that this is a sample from my forthcoming book about grids.
So clean. Beautiful work, Khoi.
over 2 years ago
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