I have been wanting to do something like this for a long time. Finally did it, for fun. Don't forget to check out the alternate color version. :)
EDIT: I would like to make it clear that this is not a copy of Orman Clark's menu. I looked at the rebounds to that shot and browsed around and trust me, grouped vertical menus look the same. Hard to believe, I know, I know. As far as the colors are concerned, this is my favourite color scheme to work with and there's a different coloured version attached too. Cheers!
5 months ago
The icons in the orange version are soo damn nice!
Awesome work as always !
Alt. version! :)
Sleek! Me like.
the icons are not sharing the same style and some of the number containers are too wide, the 211&47 as far as I can see have too much padding on the left.
Both are great. I think the icons are class as well.
for web app?
looks a lot like http://dribbble.com/shots/319867-Menu
@Rodrigo Grundig @Huig van der Waal @Derrick Kempf @Lukas Bugla @Luboš Volkov @João Borges Thank you, guys :)
@Erik Deiner I could never align shit properly.
@Iqbal Perkasa No, man. Just fiddling around.
@Jason Kirtley Whoops... :(
Do you have a psd? Love the stylings.
@John Howard I made this in a word processor :P JK, yes I do.
Ms. Word can do magic now. Teach me master.
like blue +10 ;)
The alternate version colors are badass! Great work!
@Haziq Mir haha, I was asking so I could see how you did the stylings ;) Not if you made it in photoshop... cmannnnn.
Oh nice. Well done, sir.
@Haziq Mir Damn, this is cool, man :)
Other version is way better.
Nice job, Haiziq. I really like how subtle the effects are.
@Daryl Ginn I feel it now. I should've listened to you, dammit. Thanks btw.
And thank you, erribodi else :)
I like this version more. Very nice.
Excellent work, Haziq! I like this better than Orman Clark's.
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