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This is a filter ui for an upcoming project.
Attached some real pixels...
4 months ago
Looks awesome with real pixels.
ì love the active!
Great! @Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) what is the font of large 10?
Clean those finger prints on the top edge ;)
Love the slider too btw. Is the modal translucent?
Looks good, but U need to reverse numbers on the top of slider.
Awesome dude! Nice colors!
Beautiful as usual! The colors are really cool. But I agree with @JustD. Shouldn't the numbers on top be reversed?
lovely and clean...
I agree with some of the previous comments though... I think if you want to retain a concentric baseline for the numerals, it should be done like the numbers on the dials of the Lexus IS300 from way back: http://is.gd/jKFQg7 Still not as instantly readable as uniform, horizontal baselines, but I think more readable than backwards and upside-down numerals on your mockup.
Agree with everyone else that the numbers need to be inverted. The only other thing I would change is the "sort by" color. The pure black doesn't really fit with the rest of the color scheme going on here. Maybe use the color of the tab at the bottom that pulls up the menu for the active sort option?
@Anthony Fonte @Brian Potstra @JustD @Michael Castro Yup, totally agree thanks dudes!
@David Matua the font is called Filmotype Giant
Lovely colours! numbers should be other way? no? other than that looks really nice!
Nice! That's some hotness
Looks awesome, but should you also flip the colors?
In the spirt of getting warmer/colder, you're cold when you're far away from something and get warmer the closer you get. I feel like the .25 mile should be red and the 10 mile should be blue.
Just a thought, but again, it looks awesome.
@Colin Hauck done and done, great feedback!
@Anthony Fonte changed it and it looks much better, thanks! Also, I finally reversed the arrow at the bottom of the screen :)
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