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*Edit: As this was a rebound of what was later deleted, I should comment that toggl went in a different direction. I still appreciate feedback though as to how it could have been better. Thanks
11 months ago
Nice, but I'm not sure about the border strokes.
Its looks a bit chaotic to me.. too much distraction.
But definitely an improvement :)
Really, I thought it was super clean:) I'll take a look at what you say though. Thanks
Very flat and elegant!
I agree Erika. I guess it could be redundant.
But definitely a nice work!
Thanks @Benjamin Lancelot I'll have to give it a spin without the borders then :)
Is "ACM Templates" supposed to indicate the current project? Is it a select list? If not, I would do something to indicate it's not an editable form field, like the other fields surrounding it. Maybe removing the field with an "edit" symbol button next to it or something.
Removing the borders is maybe a bit too radical, a softer grey might do the job. More subtle.
Nice work! Very clean. My thoughts would be having a verrrry subtle background texture or at least light color so the cells stand out a bit (I'm talking a blue only a few points off from being white.)
Secondly, a more rigid cell column/row grid might help too?
10 months ago
@Nick Holmer Thanks for your feedback. Yes that was an oversight on my behalf, you're quite right. Thanks for the spot!
@Erika van der Bent yes, removing them all together would lead to chaos with the current layout. Thanks
@Jay Phelps Thanks a lot, I try :)
The off blue sounds like it's worth trying. Also I think you're quite right about a more rigid column/row grid.
This is great! Are You coding it too?
Hey @Keyners I'm afraid the project ended up going in a different direction so I no longer have any input.
Were You thinking of creating this as a real project? It looks fantastic, Keyners could code it :)
Hi @Keyners thanks but please see the above comment. I'm no longer involved.
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