3 months ago
brilliant! I love it
Love the colors :)
I like it. I'd say the sides of the sign in button need a bit more definition, but i love the clean feel.
This looks really cool! Love it!
Maybe you could make the sign in button a bit darker
Beautiful colours. Agree with @Mark Law about the Sign In button. I'd say it needs to have a different colour to make it more obvious. Unless we're seeing a disabled state until the Name and Password are completed?
Nice sign in form! The "Sign in" text on the button could be bold and with the same height as the form title. Maybe the button text could be replaced just with "Go" as I saw in your Register/Log In shot just to avoid of too many "Sign in"s in one nice and simple window :)
Not flat enough.
I'd also update the Twitter logo to the latest one.
Really cool work man, I'm guessing the "Sign In" button is knocked back because you can't sign in until you input your details - and would be brought out a when the user put's their details in? If thats the case I love the idea, also loving the tint of blue. I agree with @Tomas Kopecny on the "Sign In" issue and finding an alternate way of phrasing it.
I love the subtlety of that sign in button, though I agree with everyone else about making it a bit more apparent. Good Stuff!
Really clean, love it !
Maybe too many "sign in.." and if u chose what to sign in with, maybe it should be located above the input fields? Feels that way to me. Looks super!
Super clean! Love it!
Loving the color combo. Great job!
by Fatma Yazici
3 months ago
by Pieter Goris
Best at 2x!
A rebound on @Rovane Durso his flat sign in screen. Kept the layout, only changed the colour pallet and some effects. Let me know how you like it.
The .PSD file is there to grab, because sharing is caring :)
Love the colors !
2 months ago
by Michelle Lee
Best at 2x.
Changed it around a bit :)
about 1 month ago
Did a design just like this but didn't see yours until a friend showed it me. Would have added it as a rebound to yours. You have really awesome work.
27 days ago
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