Here is a very small piece of the admin sidebar in the back end for Love.ly. The theme is very close to being done.
UPDATE: It's finally for sale here: https://creativemarket.com/IconDeposit/2517-Love.ly-Personal-Designer-Template
about 1 year ago
Awesome! like your icons :)
@Roman Bulah Thanks man, if you need them you can grab them in my shop on creative market ;)
Looks awesome, the text for the unselected stuff is a bit hard to see
@Murat Mutlu Thanks, that's because it's not hovered on, keeping it light and simple.
@Matt Gentile Looks great. I'd darken the text on the static state ever so slightly as Murat suggested.
@James Scott Thank you, I'll give it a try.
Needs a little contrast boost on the text. Do you think the arrow at the top would better be on the right, horizontally aligned to the center of the Settings icon?
Looks neat :)
Nice! What font is this?
Really nice man! @Matt Gentile
Really nice design
Great work, although the callout triangle feels a little weird on the left side, considering I'd likely click the gear icon rather than the text to bring up the menu. Therefore, placing it on the right would perhaps make more sense.
It's perfectly balanced. Dig the contrast between the bold uppercase text and the tiny icons
shot needs more tags.
@Jim Silverman SEO is my best friend ;)
@Housseynou Fall like I said:
"I'm really trying to stay as exclusive with this template as I can (until it's released)"
And again, I wasn't aware I was supposed to let someone know. It's not like I removed your shot from dribbble. And yes, feedback would be better instead of rebounding my work. In general I don't like when people rebound my work. People really didn't have a problem with me removing their rebounds overall until now (when my work is on the popular page). If you want to make it to the popular page, you need to work hard to get there, like I try almost every day. I didn't design this work for it to get copied, I designed it to show you guys a preview of something I'm about to sell, this isn't like my freebie posts, as some of you who did rebound my work have noticed, I usually don't mind when I upload a freebie and it gets rebounded, depending on how popular it is. Also, dribbble does say, each shot is copyright the author of the post. They wouldn't put the unrebound link there if they didn't wan't people to remove other's rebounds. Just like the delete comment link.
@Housseynou Fall I don't mind feedback, it's very usefull when someone critiques my work. And it's all love man, I just don't like the rebound feature that much, I'd rather you guys rebound my freebies instead. (also don't let little things like this ruin your day, you only live once). Lets all move on, it's not that serious.
Pastel... In love.
Great work Matt. I really love the clean feel to the theme, and the grey just sets it off nicely. Great work!
@Matt Gentile and @Dribbble - Instead of an Unrebound link there should really be the "No rebounds" option on shot posting page, and it should be the only place where you can turn it on.
I had a couple of comments deleted (by the same person and on a span of several weeks). You get no notification that it happened, you have no idea that person disliked your comment enough to actually nuke it, and so I felt like a total idiot continuing to comment on and following his work.
The same with rebounds. If it's done, it's done. Leave it be. This is the first time I saw a player unrebound a shot that wasn't his own. This is very atypical and it is unexpected. You are absolutely entitled to do that, but if that's your general "policy", it'd come across better if you simply stated that you'd do that in shot's description. A better solution would be to have the "no rebounds" option, but that's up to Dribbble guys to decide.
@Alex Pankratov @Dribbble I was thinking that also. Or when someone rebounds the shot. They should have to check off whether they have permission from the author to rebound it or not. If they don't the shot cannot be posted. The no rebounds option before you post the shot would be great tho :) + 1 for that comment.
@Matt Gentile - Flagging is not my cup of tea, sorry. Especially if it involves the work of two other gentlemen that I like.
@Alex Pankratov got ya, these people could have at least waited tho until I released it for sale.
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