Artboard #1 of a comprehensive app stylesheet for Carbonmade's new internal HQ. A bit cluttered since it's covering multiple interaction points. Just imagine 4 frantic mice clicking / dragging peeps.
3 months ago
Lovely, this is great.
@James Barnes really loving the colors, the light and airy feeling of all of it. The only thing that felt a bit out of place were the icons on the dark background — for some reason they feel really large.
@Rogie - Thanks! That makes sense - I forgot to mention that the left-most sidebar / panel is a slide-out navigation, open only to select the next area of the HQ. It won't be open most of the time, so it can afford to be a little bulkier.
look nice. oh and that is what I call an hamburger icon :)
@Bruno Felicio - Hah, yep! All credit goes to @Dave Gorum for birthing that juicy icon.
I really dig this. My only critique is the drop shadow on the lists feel a little out of place. Maybe a thicker opaque outline would look better with this flat/simple style. Great work!!
Woa, Lots going on indeed!
I'm really liking the low contrast color scheme you chose.
@Kyle McConnell - Yeah, I agree it's not perfect - though we tried both in implementation but the drop shadow felt best, especially when it's being dragged above other items. Also, there is a power-select option (multi-select, delete, etc.) not shown - http://cl.ly/NKMg that made more sense for that interaction style.
I agree with @Rogie . It's because the size of the type and icon. My suggestion would be increase the vertical spacing between in submenu below the Product & Themes section so the large feeling will be consistent.
@Bady - Thanks, I'll give it a shot!
very nice :)
Looks great. Icons could be a bit sharper though (some blurred sides in them) and shadows could be more subtle. :)
Dude. I want to use this.
@John Ashenden - Not allowed, hah. Yeah, it's great so far! We've got the bare bones of it working, and I've been planning two upcoming releases with it. Feels good to use your own system! This may or may not be the product of all the frustrations from Grooveshark's "philosophy" for managing releases / tasks / future log of wanted features.
Very nice like it :)
This looks great!
it's look really impressive love it @ James Barnes
Looking awesome James!
@James Barnes give me backdoor access #soundsdirty
2 months ago
Brilliant, love it!
13 days ago
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