policies page from clinknet ;)
about 1 year ago
Angled photos I can understand, but angled screenshots is kinda starting to push it a little bit if I may say so. Your stuff is good as is, unrotated.
Beautiful work. Any idea how the more complex form controls are going to implemented? i.e. Steppers, file inputs, etc. Do you know of any good resources/frameworks when it comes to styling those? I've been thinking about doing something similar for a project, but have avoided creating a custom UI until I figure out the best way to implement it.
@JAWA₯ ki samaj aaya jera like kar leya ee comment loLZz! :D
damn this is hot!
@Mani your app 'clicknet' looks great but the problem is there usability of the form, your form in two different sections. Can you try to keep your form in one section, tabs is great and @Lucas Gladding you can make this form easily with tabify module and preetify checkboxes and radio buttons there is nothing unique module anyways.
well there is a reason @JAWA₯ thanks BTW ;)
ah one more thing do you have rent a car?
Welcome @Mani now a days i am thinking about my own coffee shop :)
That looks really neat! Well done! But I'd move the typo of the hover state "policies" 1px to the right as well the headline "policies" 5px to the right. Just my 2 cent!
This is really nice looking UI, so you don't really have to present it this lame way .)
great work and i like form in two sections @Mani
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