Wanted to practice working in Photoshop as opposed to Illustrator and CSS all the time. Best at 2x or full size. 400px looks a tad wonky.
10 months ago
Looks great. Love the type.
@Cole Townsend nice - I've actually been thinking about make the opposite switch - to designing all my interfaces in illustrator - can you describe your process at all or your setup - feel free to email me. thx.
Oh not bad ;) I likes it.
EDIT: Would love to see/make a HTML5+CSS3 of this.
I really like the flat, clean style of this. I love the way it is organized and that it shows the username instead of their actual name. Only things I would change:
1. The compose button is almost unnoticeable, I would make that stand out more, maybe make it a lighter grey.
2. Not sure if it's just me, but the circles around the logos seem a little blurry.
3. I would make the background color just a tiny bit lighter, so the text stands out more.
Other than that, I'm loving this! Wish there was an actual app like this. And oh hey, it's me! :)
Great Shot @Cole! :)
Nice visual, but it is kinda hard to scan and read with the profile pictures on the right.
@Majo Moravcik that's something I'm putting into a revision! I was hoping that putting them on the right would emphasize the tweet rather than the person. It does, but the eye is still drawn to the image.
Currently churning out a revision to fix a bunch of little things and add in some new features.
Love it. One thing I'd add that hasn't been said is that I would do away with the glow effect on that chat icon. It's obvious and distracting. This might also be because of the avatars, but the spacing in between texts is uneven, so I'd perhaps just make smaller avatars next to the usernames, a là dribbble.
by Cole Townsend
All gold everything. Expanding upon my earlier design, I've made a few additions and revisions.
10 months ago
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