Last shot was too small — here's a peek at theNeonMob — newly released Public Display Case, where you show off all of your prized collectibles!
Real, retina pixels here
about 1 year ago
Damn, that typeface (which one for the main description text?) looks gorgeous. Awesome work!
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Looks great, Dude! I think the drop shadows are a bit too harsh on the thumbnails though.
I see what you did there, @Daryl! Well done, sir... http://fry.im/gd
@Dave Ruiz which thumbnails? the avatars for the people or the pieces of art? If its the pieces of art, I totally agree with you and I have a local build thats all sexxxay.
@Dave Ruiz here's a screen snap of my local build — http://cl.ly/MtjG better?
Great work! No rollover effects on the art thumbnails?
I'm always impressed by your work, @Rogie. I mean every pixels, and animations/transitions you're paying attention to.
The different size cards are creating some strange negative spaces between rows. However, making them all the same size card would sterilize the artwork too much. Interesting problem. The card are on a grid, but the negative spaces created by shorter cards surrounded by taller cards could trap the eye movement.
Nice! And Retina :)
You should use masonry.
Agree with @Ryan Rushing & @Farzad Ban.
@Ryan Rushing @Farzad Ban totally agree with you both, and in fact it originally used masonry. The only issue that I'm facing right now is that this display case will be drag-and-drop orderable by the collection owner. The problem with masonry is that it just fits the pieces in where it sees fit, regardless of whether or not it's owner actually wanted the pieces in a different order :(
Dude that's ridiculous haha! When i went to the real pixels I thought it was cool how that top bar gave a felt/thick feel. I always have trouble working drop shadow in that gives that rounded thick feeling to it. Well executed.
@Rogie In physical art galleries, art work is usually lined up horizontally according to the center. All pieces' centers are 60" from the floor, which is the most common eye level. Using this method on the site still creates some of those negative spaces, but it will create a solid line across the middle to follow.
So instead of /\/\/\/\ to look at the artwork, it's -------.
Doing it this way your text below the images would be /\/\/\/\, instead of -----, but I feel safe in saying most folks care first about the image, with the text being secondary.
This is without a custom JS thing and without going crazy with CSS, obviously. A custom Masonry thing to display artwork like this would flippin sweet.
Hope that helps!
@Ryan Rushing Strangely, I had never thought about a physical art gallery! Interesting idea and one I will give some serious thought to. I think I had a bit of design blindness holding onto the idea of a display case or shelf.
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