Web style guide for a client I've been working with. Will post more about this project later on. I'm alive :)
10 months ago
love those highlight colors!
Amazing and simple!
Like this mate. Colors work very well indeed.
I'm sure you know this already but it looks like the green and red email addresses could come down a pixel or two.
Looks good! Personally, I find the green text a bit hard to read.
Love the color palette, can't wait to see more!
Looks great! Line heights look a bit off on some but looking forward to seeing how it all pans out.
Really like the error. Errors have a traditional look - which you have reworked nicely!
Show me more!
The text does look 1-2px off vertically on the text fields.
I love it. Would love to see a bigger image.
Looks like google....
GREAT idea. I might use the concept on my next design to save time by combining a style sheet with a wireframe. Thanks for the inspiration!
Looks nice, love the simple style. Though styling default controls like checks and radios are always a pain in the ass to implement (good ol' crossbrowsing).
The only thing, in my opinion, it's the error message. I think the lecture is weird, with the error text above the input. I wonder how it works when I make a few mistakes in a single form, does the error box overlay the field above?
looks great, loving the user name validation
@Kerem Suer One question if you can help me out with it do you make the style guide before you start project or after you complete with whole project?
Very nice, gave me some ideas.
by Derek Bender
Working on putting together the guide to hand off to the devs.
10 months ago
@Paresh Khatri ::::✈ I put this together after the project is done.
@Luke Etheridge Agreed on the green text
8 months ago
Hello Kerem, I was wondering if you could attach the whole page, or if it's too much to ask?
7 months ago
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