Little more details about what I've been working till now, More things are going to be added for sure, don't forget to check the Attachment & feel free to give your suggestions.
over 1 year ago
looking so nice and clean! love the overall design experience. I've some points though: I would...
# reduce the space between "Support" and "Contact Us" menus, may be add a vertical line between them.
# Will do something for the nav to make it distinct from the other parts of the page.
# the "More >" link at the right of the score board. I'll reduce its size and will dark a bit. will try to reduce with thickness of the ">" (these all are experimental to check if I can add more legibility to the design.
# the "Today" tab of the graph board is looking very faded to me. I'll with some contrasting issue for this one.
# And finally I'll play with the tooltip's typography. (inside the graph).
But overall its a great design.I love this one so much. Noted those points to take it to the next level, perfect. Otherwise, amazing work mate. All the best. And will be waiting for the upcoming shots :)
Thanks @Nuruzzaman Sheikh for taking time to give a detailed thoughts on it :)
Very clean. A few suggestions:
1. Merchant lookup is basically a search (IMHO), so changing the "eye" icon to "loupe" (standard search icon) would make it more obvious.
2. Dashboard section has a "home" icon. I would probably use the "speedometer" (dashboard) icon to be consistent with the paradigm. Rule of thumb is to use icon + icon description word, and not to try to combine icon + Different word.
3. In the columns "Earned year to date" and "Earned this month" you can easily drop the "Earned" and just focus on "Year to Date" and "This Month". It would make it much cleaner and to the point.
Hope this helps. Keep up the good work!
Great inputs @Vilen you're making sense here. Thanks for giving your valuable suggestions on my first dashboard design. :-)
Great dashboard details!
thanks! @Sinziana Ene :)
nice work - such a shame that code never produces text this clear :\
yeah exactly @Kyee lets hope font rendering in various browsers gets better over time. Anyways we are progressing towards high density screens. :D
That paper stack style is lookin' good :)
And what @Kyee said.
Thank you @Ted Goas :)
I really love the cleanness. :)
thanks @Simon Stamm
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