Dude your buttons and borders are sexy. I think they are too hott for SCREEN :)
about 3 years ago
@Ish: YOU are too hott for SCREEN my friend!
Very nice! I swear it's something about our names, but my current Photoshop canvas looks very similar! Great minds ;)
Lookin hott. Love the little orange thing. The magnifying glass feels too close to the search text though.
@Josh: ha nice! I better get a peek then! ;)
@Anthony: Ya? It looked weird to me too but wasn't sure if it was because of my weird decision to make the depths of the text and icon opposite. I'll play with it more. Maybe it is that they're just too close to each other.
nice stuff, Josh.
This is looking fantastic. I appreciate a mockup with pictures a variety of people as placeholders. Do you ever use crummy facebook profile shots to see what real users will look like?
On that search, I'd put the text on the left and the icon on the far right. A little distance might help alleviate some of the visual noise between the two effects.
Killer work Josh!
@Michael: There is a strict "beautiful people only" policy on this site. ;) But seriously, I just pulled the most recent twitter profile images in my stream, so one could say they are 'real' user pics but one just happen to be a celebrity.
Although, to answer your question more directly, if showing in full I wouldn't have any issue tossing in crappy profile images as there is more in context to the site leaving me not too concerned that the design wouldn't be able to withhold it's standard. But on a shot like this I probably would want to since it's focused in on the details and the images.
Thanks for the note on the search button!
Makes sense to me. If I was doing client work I'd definitely stick to attractive people if possible. I'd keep the "real" pics for myself to make sure they weren't carrying the weight of the design.
On a side note your Twitter is full of some good looking people.
I love your work
What site/app is this for? Loving the subtle texture in the background and the button style. Oh, and the headshots aren't bad either ;).
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