Today's work. This is a "quote accepted" status for a job that sits in mechanic's dashboard. Would love to hear some feedback. Fullsize attached
over 1 year ago
The clip is a bit jagged on the top. I think you should make it look smoother to go along with the awesome layout it is in and also give some love to the shadows to give more realism. Loved the wrench in the car window icon :D
looks just like a real stack of papers clipped together floating over a cutting board!
Hmm, I completely missed the status until I read your description. Seems like that should be the most important (or very important) part of this screen, right?
This is good. There's just so much detail going in to it.
@Rodrigo Grundig Thanks for the feedback, I'll be working extra on board's shadow and the curl's - I'm not happy with it.
@Ted Goas not exactly, since it's sub-information and as long as user sees which color the top-right triangle is, sub-information is nice but not essential to the flow. Plus I think it'll make a lot more sense once you see the dashboard page mock-up sometime next week. Thanks for your feedback Ted, always counting on you :)
@Jim Silverman I'll take it as a compliment then ;)
@Darren Lee trying to do my best :) I worked for quite some time on the basic harmony also, see here - http://cl.threee.us/K7NO
I just love everything about this shot. Great work.
@Madelein Araya Thank you so much for these kind words!
by Ivan Tolmachev
Working on how the items would look when listed.
Items are now shorter, wooden board is less catchy, so that the eye is drawn to the text.
Thinking of getting rid of the wooden board for good. Bigger version attached
over 1 year ago
11 months ago
@Luke Zammit cheers Luke!
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