Felt like I needed to give this a try today. Full size preview attached.
Also felt generous, as always, and decided to share the PSD. You can use it in any way you want... you can even develop this and claim it as your own, but if you do, just make sure you get the paddings right - the thing I always hate with non-designer developers :)
Anyway, looking forward to hear everyones toughts on this. Any form of feedback is more than welcome!
2 months ago
Liking this a lot, great work! My only (extremely minor) concern regards the corner radius of the inner paper part being equal to the corner radius of the dark border around it (causing "thicker" corners). Just reduce the inner radius by one or two pixels and you're good.
I see what you mean @Jona , that's a good point. If I ever do a rebound of this, I'll make sure to remember that :)
very nice mate :9 although, I think you should've used sans-serif font for the whole design, otherwise it's cool
Thanks a lot bro!
I chose serif font for tweets because it's more "readable" than a sans-serif one, but this might just be the matter of personal taste. I'll wait to see what others think about the font choice :)
First of all, it looks pretty!
I'm curious - why did you use a dark linen texture for the window? Also, what would the "Maximize" button do for this? No one uses twitter maximized unless it provides tweetdeck functionality, so you could arguably save space by removing it.
Of course I assume this isn't meant to be a functional UI design, more of a visual repository for a potential app, curious if you had more ideas to it?
Thanks @Mirza Sadovic
This was actually supposed to be a functional UI design. I took a look at the current, official Twitter Mac app and tried to restructure the elements so the app is easier to understand and use.
The textures, though, mostly function as a decoration. And the "Maximize" button would just maximise it vertically, the same as their current app does.
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