Here is a small little project I did.
over 1 year ago
Looks really nice man. Theres a couple things that could defiantly make it better though :)
What exactly does that 1 mean? It looks like it was just placed there with no meaning.. So, maybe eliminate it or put it in a way which the user understands the meaning of it.
The input fields could use some work as well. They don't have that "hey put yo' info in here!" look. Maybe add a dark inner shadow to help give it that effect.
Then finally, the proceed button looks out of place, maybe move it to the left? It just looks out of place.. Also, I'd add a circle or something behind the exit icon in the upper right.
Other then those things it looks really nice! Keep it up :)
@Coleman Tharp Thanks for the feedback :) I think when you use it, the 1 will feel more in place, but I think I still need to do something with it.
Looks awesome! :P
To add onColeman Tharp's comment. The one doesn't really make sense. Instead you should use a * (asterix) symbol telling users that this area is required. Then check marks / x for failed form requirements. In HTML5 you can just enter required and it'll show a ribbon if something goes wrong. Or whatever you have the one for letting users know that this is step one then make it a little more evident so that the user doesn't get confused.
The stroke on the forms should be just a hair thicker maybe 2px? So it seems a little defined. And also the form fills a little flat. Maybe adding some depth to the form entry areas like a inner-border or shadow could give it that extra "pop".
Other than those thoughts, great jobsssss :P
@Matthew Stenquist thanks for the feedback man :) And by pop should I do this? http://d.pr/i/gu4N lol :D
@Jake Yeah, pop gives it depth. So it doesn't feel flat :P
Very clean...The labeling for the calender should be "MM,DD,YYYY" to indicate the amount of inputted characters required for each field, because U have it a single "M" for Month and "DD", and "YY" which doesn't make sense
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