So here's the thing: these two buttons need to be a pair but still different from eachother. One should not dominate the other, and the need to be crispy, clean, self-explaing and inviting to click. Did I succeed? Love to hear your feedback!
12 months ago
@Harmen - do they have ea hover state or just a simple button as it looks like one could be the hover and the other the regular. None the less they both look good, the apple is a little pixelated but over all lookin good. Nice debut and welcome!
Thanks for the comment. Yeah, your right, the apple logo is a pixel image. The android icon is a Vector shape. Better make the Apple logo a vector-shape too.
nice one ! welcome dude !
Hey I think it looks pretty good, though the apple seems to tilt a bit to the left?... I love the green colour! :)
Also are you aware that apple have some quite strict guidelines regarding the use of logo, buttons and what not?
I'm sure they don't check up on it, but if you don't know it you can read it here: https://developer.apple.com/APPSTORE/APPSTOREMARKETINGGUIDELINES.PDF
Great debut :D
Aha. Thanks Cathrine! I'll spell these guidelines til I can know how much I can pull off without making Cupurtino go crazy :)
Sooo.We found out that Apple is kinda strict on design of their App-store buttons. Okeee. Back to the drawing board. We thought the black buttons were too dominant so we'll hide the menu as a vibrant green tab that opens with a nice jQuiry animation.
So what do you think? is it an inprovement? It's just a GIF so the colours are crappy I know.
12 months ago
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