We are working on the design of a "Lost & Found" type of website. This is the main area of the homepage, with focus on the search box.
about 1 year ago
Love the map, welcome to dribbble!
Thank you Mike, not only for the positive comment, but also for the kind welcome! See you around.
This is rad. Nice Map. Welcome.
Welcome to Dribbble
Looking good! Welcome!
welcome to dribbble. nice debut
nice shot welcome aboard!
This is a nice piece of work. And welcome.
Thanks everybody! Here at Indicius we are impressed by the quality of your work guys, and also very thankful for the kind welcome the community have given to us so far.
The actual map doesn't really look like it was folded, it is still flat. A road shouldn't be a straight line between the folded sides as the angle of the paper changes so this ---- becomes this /\/\. I hope it makes sense :D
It makes total sense Alex Pricop. Your comment is very constructive and we appreciate it.
Although we do 3D here at Indicius, for this design we used a flat map as the timeframe to complete the project is terrible! Considering that the main focus should be on the Search Box/Widget, we just ignored those small details you are mentioning. Maybe if we find some time at the of the road...
Looks nice for me! :) welcome to the game! also its similar to my free map http://dribbble.com/shots/607200-Map-FPEW
Thank you @Luboš Volkov
Funny you mention it, because we considered using your map for this design. We finally decided to reuse an old map we created for another project (inspired by an existing tutorial).
@Indicius haha. That is the reason why i made it - everyone can use it :) Maybe you will use it next time.
I love the search bar with the map. Great works.
Good use of colors.
Thank you @Julien Coppola and @Eelco Guntlisbergen for contributing with more positive comments.
After submitting this shot to Dribbble we have now more confidence on the Home Page for this project!
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