Some tinkering and contrast adjustments. Introduced the icons created by @Christo Steyn.
over 1 year ago
Love the color palette and icons. Looks so fresh and so clean. clean.
To be honest, I would love this button color and the previous top background color. But looks perfect and beautiful.
@Alexandre Naud I also prefer the top background color to be lighter, colleague suggested making it darker, might consider making it one shade lighter. Thanks for the feedback.
The color palette is very nice. I could see that top part a little bit lighter. From the previous shot, I like the slightly higher contrast between the background and the blue of the darker blue.
I agree with @Alexandre Naud the contrast was so much better with a lighter blue. Loving the design so far, can't wait to see more.
The top bar is much better now!
This design is sweet. Amazing colors.
I like it even more!
Really love that grainy wood texture and its playfulness :)
This looks super fresh. Love the colors and that wood texture!
really lovin' the simplicity and freshness of the layout, and the colour palette... so nice
by Regina Casaleggio
Icons co-lab with @Christo Steyn
over 1 year ago
Great color combo!
Lovely, The only think I'd change is the icon size. I'd add more air within the circle :)
This is the beginnings of the Admin to the Admin section for the App. I'm kinda picky about using colours consistently :) - see attachment
by Christo Steyn
Working with @Regina Casaleggio on the homepage design of the public site. WIP
Great improvements. Contrast bump really improves it, even though the first round was great!
The front-end to the back-end of the previous shot. Also the mobile version and full version attached.
11 months ago
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