After some comments from the previous post, and feedback from the client I've made some changes.
As you can see it's possibly even more Mac now :) Still things to work through.
Feedback appreciated. Like's are also appreciated.
View the @2x or full view here. Cheers!
about 1 year ago
For the first 8 buttons in a toolbar, I'd reduce image size. They sit really close to the button frames right now, and this seems to complicate at a glance perception of them.
For the buttons on the side bar, there's something off with the overall contrast. Buttons are light, the icons are black (?), but they are also drawn with thin lines, so it's an odd mix. I'd try beefing up stroke width in images and lightening it at the same time. ... May not work though :)
Thanks for the feedback @Alex Pankratov I get the comment about reducing the top icon sizes. What I don't quite follow is the contrast issue of the sidebar icons. I can't beef up the lines as the icons are too delicate to give a thicker stroke.
Also if I lighten the colour of the icons, won't that make them less visible, or did you mean something else?
I meant - try and make lines thicker and lighter (in color) at the same time. Something like this.
@Alex Pankratov ok, thanks. The issue is with the grid based icons, there all .svg files and the control is not so great as if they were photoshop shapes.
I'll try it though
For what it's worth, I did that in Inkscape, which is an SVG editor :)
@Alex Pankratov ha, I'll keep quiet then :)
Great job, very "corporate" look.
It is curious how the existing commercial software do not fit the needs of specific activities, such as training or e-learning.
This project (now in the freezer) has the same purpose :)
12 months ago
@Paolo Limoncelli Thanks. Yes, there seemed to be a gap in this particular market and hopefully will be filled very soon :)
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