Just finished putting the finishing touches to the 'Project Deadline' screen on the FinalCAD app that I'm working on. Not much left to do on it at all.
9 months ago
Looks like a very goo idea app! With great GUI! Nice!
Looks great from this angle anyway! Can't fit 'Hours' in that space?
Like it :)
@Jack Bingham Yeah I could...just didn't want to!
Looks very nice and clean. Nice style by the way.
Thanks guys...it's definitely been a challenge, stretch, learning curve, but I'm SO pleased with where it's about to finish.
Congrats Mike - it's been great watching you work on this project.
So smooth, congrats.
I'm in love with those flat beauty!
Very nice work
Sweet work. However, I'd go with Jack's rec on the "hours" label. If you can fit it nicely into the conceived design, do it. Better UX.
Thanks for the comments, and the general feedback is great. I would, however, disagree with the labelling of the time elements. I think, due to the context in which they sit I think truncated works fine.
Otherwise, I would need to then look at the overall length of the label panel, especially for 'Seconds' (which currently reads 'Secs'. I wanted a small element and this would defeat the purpose though.
That said, thanks very much for the feedback, it's all retained and put to good use further down the line :)
@Mike Beecham I don't think @Chris Kobar is suggesting making all the labels full length — it doesnt seem to make much sense to truncate Hours when it's already relatively short. Coupled with the fact that you aren't short on space here.
Sure I understand the point you're making Jack. However, I don't think it's a negative to keep it truncated, and in terms of consistency and visual aesthetic I think it works better to have 3 letters than 5, when all the other labels are either 3 or 4.
At the end of the day, it's a subjective thing. I like 'HRS', so will stick with my gut instinct on this one.
wow nice dude, you got one new follower :P
Thanks @Waseem Arshad
Hey, it's your (or your client's) design, so do as you think is right. I was, as Jack explains, simply suggesting that when your design already contains more than enough space for the full label name, use *that* as your delimiter. So, given that your design appears to have enough room for 5 letters, use 5/4 as your cutoff rather than 4/3. Sure, some words that are more than 5 letters in length may not have a commonly recognized 5/4 letter "short name," in which case 3 letters might work. However, many words do have a 4 letter "short name," and given your design space, it would seem a good fit.
Just one guy's humble opinion, of course.
@Chris Kobar Many thanks for taking the time to feed back. I really do appreciate it. I'll take your comments on board, and mull it over for the next day or so.
8 months ago
Thanks Jeff (@The Skins Factory) Great to have you feedback on my work :)
Love it! Good work. Congratulations!
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