Most of the elements are inspired from @Dribbble UI just changed its color. I'd love to hear your feedback for improvements.
Be sure to check the real pixels..
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about 1 year ago
Damn, can't decide which version works better... really liking both!
Same here bro, that's why I uploaded the two @Dennis Weinhardt :)
Go for the detailed one, flatness can be seen everywhere.
Let me add that I have a feeling that something is imbalanced here, some elements are way too big for my taste. As an example you should reduce the size of the buttons. But thats just my opinion.
Thanks man, I'll keep that feedback.
thanks man @eyal zuri
Wow! Looks very good!
Flat, it looks great @Bluroon
Make sure your shape layers are being created with the "Snap to grid" option activated. You have some blurred stuff in there. :) Other than this, quite a good work you got there. ;)
Thanks @Nathan Powell, @Tanya Vovchek, @Ilya Dmitruk :)
@Eduardo Santos, thanks for the tips and I'll fix it soon :)
try flat but with 1px darker lines rather than the double effect in the "detailed" version
Both are great.
But flat one looks better.
@Bluroon congratulations on making the front page! You're work is making leaps and bounds man.
Yes man. Thanks :) @Nathan Powell
Great color palette! Feels like vintage Miami Dolphins.
somewhat gives me a ubuntu os feel, not sure if this was intended, but like the subtle approach:)
Thanks @Jeremy Dowd, @bradford cross, @zucchero and @Michael Westerhof
Very cool set of colors! Where are the icons on the top right from?
12 months ago
@Cesar Zeppini if I'm not wrong, it is came from gemicons :)
10 months ago
Nice! I'm going to download this right now.
4 months ago
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