This is a new homepage!
...Ok no its not, it's a cluttered mess of a few global elements for a new project. My own partial style guide if you will.
over 2 years ago
One thing that is messing with my eyes (besides the fact it's late) is it seems your highlights and shadows on the inside of your buttons? If so it seems like it might make the ends less rounded with a quicker curve.
Also seems that the text inside the buttons under "Select a Dashboard" are slightly un-centered to the right.
Again, nice work!
Jordan, most likely you are right on all accounts! Tis the late hour & refinement has fallen dreary :)
Ahh looks good. The top of the "order by name" bevel is a bit blurry though. Other than that it's lovely.
Very very cool. The only thing I don't like about this one is the "Add New" pop up on the right. Looks a bit busy with all the various layer stylings and containers.
Great job with everything though. The drag and drop for Yearly Value rail looks fun to use.
Listen. You keep doing this stuff and it makes me angry and jealous all at the same time. I want to cut out parts of my monitor and put it in my mouth. Glass and all.
Is that "Yearly Value" item a button or an item being dragged? If it is the latter, then I want to punch you in the ding-dong because it's so freaking great.
Love that you're doing a style guide...here's to design consistency!
I love that floating "Yearly Value" tile. Is that what it looks like mid-drag?
Nice mess! ;-)
I make something like this too, saves time :)) and yeah they look cool
Awe shucks folks, why do you have to make me all warm and bubbly inside! Thank you for not tearing this alive for the insane amount of imperfections.
And to those in question, yes that is drag & drop tile example in "mid-drag". But I please beg you to take mercy on my ding-dong... I'm looking at your Mr. Rupert!
The buttons for "select a dashboard" have their text shifted more to the right. It feels a bit off-balanced :P
Nice, big fan of the "Yearly Value" feature.
Very nice... :)
about 2 years ago
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter