Working on some UI for a widget that allows you to purchase tickets for movies from your desktop. I had tried adding the individual movie posters on the far left but felt it was too crowded and took away from the clean/flat vibe I'm working towards. Feedback and thoughts welcome. Cheers!
3 months ago
That color work is really unique, and that top bar rules too.
I'd think about lightening the visual weight of that upper right corner, cause it's getting more eye action than the ID on the left. Maybe a simple divider line would define the feature without the darker red.
I think @Jacob Irwin makes great points. Also, you should mess around with that green. It doesn't quite go with the rest of the colors.
Yeah, actually like @Bobby Giangeruso hints at, something more in a blue palette might tighten it up.
@Jacob Irwin @Bobby Giangeruso Thanks both for your comments. I really like the green because its so universally understood for go, good,completed, etc. But I definitely see how it sticks out a bit. Will upload revised shoot soon. Thanks again.
my pleasure. looking forward to it.
@Ronnie Johnson Keep the green, I'm not saying change it. That's not the only green in the world of colors, though! Looks a bit off in shading. Should of been more clear on that.
(Just try something less neon).
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