Here is one of the landing page versions I designed for Google Drive.
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9 months ago
Clean & Fresh.
it is so fresh!
The cabinet of files is a great way of showing storage
Fantastic shot! Fully Clean n Fresh.
This is nice mate. I think maybe the skeuo 'next' and 'prev' buttons and the shine on the current slide selector thingy at the bottom of the page conflict a little with the rest of the flat UI ('request invite' button for example).
@Luke Etheridge I could go on a rant here.
But all I'm going to say is that the rest of elements are not flat. Nor should they be as adhering to a totally flat ethos is insanely boring, pointless (outside of a design exercise) and eventfully damaging as it is a dead end trend.
Skeuo (which I assume is short for skeuomorphism) is not the opposite of flat. And while those buttons you mentioned are not totally flat, I can't see how they are skeumorphic.
And just so it's said (although I know you did not say that), there is nothing inherently wrong about skeumorphic design. Even the proponents of flat design use skeumorphism in a lot of their designs.
Oh, I guess I did go off on a bit of a rant.
And sorry if this sounds like I'm mad. I am not. I love you Luke.
@Haraldur Thorleifsson Mate rant all you like ;) This is one of those healthy rants anyways.
I agree, the elements are not totally flat and they all possess small details and subtle shadows which would certainly set them aside from this flat UI trend. I'm personally a little tired with everything being totally flat. I prefer subtle details like those in this shot.
Whether it's skeuomorphism or not (that was what I was referring to btw) really what I'm saying is that the white bevel (top) / inner white shadow on those 'next' and 'prev' buttons look a little strong or out of place to me when compared to the 'request invite' button.
I personally think they're more skeuomorphic than flat so for sake of ease related them to that particular style of design - more detail, popping out slightly more and nearer to the detail of a real, physical button.
Very consistent style you keep in there, I love it:) Nice touch with the partly hidden player and the subtle nav arrows along the page. Lovely details:)
So amazing !!!!
Really like this, you've been showing off great things.
Amazingly clean n beautiful!
What's the font? Looks great!
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