After the great feedback from you guys, I redesigned the home screen.
We added some more features!
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I'm really curious what y'all think!
Let me know.
over 1 year ago
looks great. i would possibly go a bit easier on the gradients and inner shadows. It makes it a little messy looking, looks nice though
color candy :) not my fav color but great details dude :)
Great unique style, extravagant , but that makes it unique.
imo I would darken the menu tooltip to make it stand out more. It blends in with the elements below.
@Al ☯ Power Thanks, I'll try bit personally I think it's not 'overwhelming'.
@Bady Hehe, color candy. Thanks!
@Gijs Rogé The "everybody", "favorites", "select person" tooltip? This is only visible when you tap on the navigation item in the menu. I think when it pops open, users will see it. I'll try to make it more outstanding.
@Mert Gutav Thanks!
@Dennis Covent Yeah, I know that but when its open its easier on the eye to differentiate it from the background, by making it darker (the same color as the bottom menu bar perhaps) So you really feel it belongs to the bottom menu.
Same opinion as last shot. There's just too much variation in shapes, font-size, button styles. I just don't know where to look. I do love the colors and the overall though
The style you've got is a great start, but it feels pretty noisy to the eye. +1 for toning down the shadows & gradients for sure.
@Yummygum Dammit! It's hard because everything you see has to have a place on the screen. And it must be playful, not to clean.
Why did you go with the playful approach when owing someone money isn't?
Personally I think that the gradients and shapes is a big overkill, but I really like the colors. It stands out!
@Huig van der Waal That's my point. It's not because it's about money that it has to be dull/flat!
I'll look at the gradients!
Hey @Dennis Covent awesome job, as you know this shot was featured on this weeks Postgame on The Industry: http://theindustry.cc/2012/10/25/postgame-004/
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