Amazing how much difference in visual hierarchy some icons can make. Pretty proud of these, too. Getting to grips with Sketch 2.
9 months ago
Dan, this looks great -
If I may offer 2 cents, for what it's worth: The sub-headings "create module" and "create category" don't feel like they're children of their parents "modules" and "categories" - there's a very distinct separation that makes them feel like independent nav elements. I see what you're going for by not having an icon on the children, but it sort of feels cut off from the parent.
Does that make any sense?
Like what you're going for, but why the checkmark icon for modules?
Great work Dan! Didn't you say you were building this out of Ruby? I'd love to know your starting point if so!
@Spencer Hamm actually, this is a PHP project, and I’m not developing it myself; I’m working with Stacy and Jon.
by Daniel Eden
We’ve been working on Gateway so hard, we forgot about one of the most important features – the home page! So I whipped this baby up in time for our presentation to the client in a weeks time.
We’re very excited to launch Gateway to the world. Here’s a full view of that page. Those icons are just stock custom shapes in Photoshop, and are likely to be replaced soon.
On an unrelated note, thanks to Game of Thrones, I can’t say the word “Landing” without trying to prepend it with “King’s”.
Update: now with custom icons. Yep, they’re flat. Deal with it.
8 months ago
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