First day of introducing colour and texture to UI I'm working on. Icons are placeholder ones. Wood pattern courtesy of @Ryan Putnam - purchased at vectormill.com. Why re-invent the wheel when it's already done so beautifully :)
9 months ago
Looks great, that pattern is beautiful! You might want to go for a 90 degree drop shadow on the text, though.
Really like the colour combo.
I love the juxtapose of this crisp design and the more organic feel from @Ryan Putnam wood pattern. Great execution!
@ari Thanks. I intentionally made it 120 degree, but probably should change it to 90 degrees.
Love the colours & crispness, great work @Regina.
Fantastic work! Love the flat appearance with the textures.
I like the midnight-esque kind of theme you got going on!
Love the patterns but the kerning between the 1 and the 3 seems a little bit wide to me. Maybe try tightening it up a little.
These grey-blue are perfect, beautiful !
The top part with the profile and cup is super clean
color = good!
love the texture
looking awesome! good stuff.
yellow is always good. You might want to have a look at the letter spacing? That '1300' seems a bit weird?
Which crate did that wood texture come from Regina?
This looks great @Regina Casaleggio! Too bad the kerning of 1300 is off ;)
Thanks for all the great comments!
@Liam Jay @Michiel de Graaf @Ivo Ruijters The kerning is off. If I tighten it up and the 1 changes to a 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, it's too tight again - so I could get anal about it, but the 1 will very quickly change into a 2, 3 etc, so for this instance I think I can live with it.
Love those colours.
Love this style, nicely done @Regina Casaleggio :)
Really nice, great colour scheme
Excellent work @Regina Casaleggio. Really liking the colors/textures.
@Regina Casaleggio Excellent example of function over form. Sometimes the reality of our work can justifiably differ from the pixel-perfection of Photoshop ;) The yellow is fantastic, but I wonder if poor Pete's name will get lost from lack of contrast with the white against the blue. Just lovely!
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