Client says left. I say right. What does Dribbble say?
over 1 year ago
I think the bottom padding of the calendar does not seem visually equal. It's the dropshadow I guess. You might have to push it up a few notches to make it look centered.
About the choices, I think the left one is better. It has the glyph, the calendar and just the right amount of details. The right one has got too much details like the capsule on the header of the calendar which I think would be lost in smaller resolutions.
Also, for an extensive critique, the badge seems to be unaligned on the right one : http://cl.ly/image/1Y2H3R0k0o1G
and what do you think about evening out the calendar clip ?
Here is a shoddy edit of mine trying to correct all the things I spotted : http://cl.ly/image/243r2N0w310Y
The left seems like a good choice.
Go with left. Simple is better. You already know it's a calendar and that's what you want. The rest is extra. I didn't quite get that it was a pill at first glance. Maybe it's just me. Oh yeah and what @Prathyush said ;)
I vote for left too. Maybe a little more detail on the glyph wouldn't hurt because I also didn't realize it was a pill until I looked at the tags.
The right is very busy and very cramped, so I say left, but you need to make the pill glyph more visible :)
I go for left, the detailing on the right wouldn't read at smaller (or retina) sizes. Lovely work though.
Definitely the left one. However, you could define the red part of the calendar a bit more. I think it needs to be more separated from the background if that makes sense.
Left, make the pill more visible and is it just me or does the texture on the red thing look like wood?
The left icon is much more cleaner then right icon, i think.
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