about 1 year ago
Looks great. I love the clean focused design.
This is realy nice Matthew! I particularly like the simplicity of the icons and the type. What font is that serif you are using? It's lovely!
Beautiful font, great use of whitespace and colors: love it.
Gorgeous--what's the interaction on the carousel? Does it auto-advance or is it a swipe?
beautiful Matthew :)
Must...resist...answering question...intended for someone...else. The typeface is ROONEY! Sorry, couldn't help it.
Post that junk @2x, duder!
Lovely! as always, I'm a huge fan of your work
Would it be okay if I displayed it, with proper attribution, in my design patterns gallery? http://www.flickr.com/photos/nwodt_cobalt/sets/
by Branden Silva
Matt, What if you did a little switcheroo where the item name came first?
about 1 year ago
Clean and stylish. I'm a bit skeptic about the menu icon, though. I think it should: have bullets at the left of each line, be an icon of a cog or simply say "menu."
This is just briliant matthew!
@all Thank you! Nice words make me happy, I probably care more than I should.
@Chandler Van De Water I tried, but the option wasn't available for some reason.
@Jocelyn Richard sure thing! I'm always up for that.
@Rolando Murillo really? Bullets would describe a list, which a menu is not, a cog is for settings, this is a menu, and its becoming a very strong mobile pattern to follow.
Sweeeet - Love the soft icons, makes it feel beautiful
@Matthew Smith , very nice. digging most of it; the $ baselined with the 5 via their bottom curves is a bit awkward to me. Maybe use a superscript for the $, or perhaps just baseline the $ with the bottom of its vertical line with the bottom curve of the 5?
@Paul Jobson This bothered me too, but I was also trying to do something that would be as low on technical debt as possible. There are so many variations on our sales. I suppose we could detect for $ and then always treat it the same way. I'm curious why the $ doesn't have more options in the font to begin with honestly. I may need to refresh my reading from Bringhurst's suggested treatment of prices.
by Matthew Smith
A little more going here. Probably the type on the paragraphs is too small. Its a WIP.
@Matthew Smith It doesn't matter if it looks like a list. It matters what it's interpreted and I think a list is more representational than just three lines, don't you think? And besides, a menu is a list. :P
@Matthew Smith Thank you! And done: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nwodt_cobalt/8095407857/in/photostream
That is beautiful.
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