I redesigned the desktop version of a service I use daily, Spotify.
over 1 year ago
I really like the player - sound volume style !
Great job @Alex Cican
Love the case study and the thought you put into this, but there's a little too much color in the top portion of this and the modules containing the current song looks like a banner ad. Sorry!
@Ted Goas thanks for the feedback. Maybe I agree with you on the too much colour for the volume slider. The central window I made it look like a screen, a glowing one.
I don’t mind some colour on an interface. There’s a trend going on with everything muted/monochromatic and dark UI. Sometimes it’s appropriate, to not distract from main purpose (example: Photoshop, CS Suite), but for a music player, I like it vibrant. Also, it matches the album covers which are also rich in colour and contrast.
Awesome work! I love the composition.
But why don't you try a gradient in the upper green bar? Just a suggestion.
@Pedro Agustín Cela you mean for the window that shows the title? It sort of has a local gradient around the title, making it stand out. I also wanted to make it look like a screen, hence the hard light reflection.
I know what you mean and I agree, it looks great that part. But if you look to the design itself, the title bar highlights more than the album artworks. That could confuse the "eye" of the people.
the case study link isn't working for me
@Robert Williams should be fixed now
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