A little something I have created for our admin area at http://pixelplant.com - it's kind of vague at the moment but I'd like to show various stats like emails sent, visits received, offers received, invoices sent etc. The on / off switch would in theory enable / disable the counter on dashboard view. Thanks to Allan Grinshtein for his inspiring style.
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over 1 year ago
Would you toggle the various stats to be displayed in one location or would you have multiple counters? Also, is the 34 dot 965 mean 34, 965, or are they two different numbers?
Love the style and color palette. :)
great Fabio! Best from SF! :)
Thank you @Timothy Whalin :) There will be multiple counters each with an ON/OFF switch which will decide their visibility on the dashboard page. The dot is the there instead of a comma, I was trying to stay away from the comma as in different countries people use a dot instead, so something in between might work better, or it might be more confusing :P
@Giorgio Pia Greetings from Italy right now :P
I love the colors - agree with @Timothy. Also the flatness of the UI works great here @Fabio
Great work, really clean, my only advice would be:
shouldn't the top part just have a small hint of shadow instead of all shaded? or is it flipping in the shot? Also add a little white highlight on the slider's gray part, the dragger, you already have small hints of shading so keep it consistent.
Great work, really like the colour combination and the simplicity.
Your website looks amaaaazing on retina!
great work @Fabio Basile, love the flatness. Makes me think how beautiful a flat UI can be :-)
@Fabio Basile This is beautiful, I'm loving the lack of borders and texture.
RE: The dot vs comma issue - I think your best bet is to use whitespace. Because periods are confusing to some and commas are confusing to others it's easiest just to use neither.
Yes....!!!!!! Reallly goood.
about 1 year ago
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