Day & Time Display

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  1. Brothers Brothers

    Close up of the Day and time display.

    12 months ago

  2. Justin Garand Justin Garand

    Great shot. Welcome to Dribbble.

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    12 months ago

  3. Brothers Brothers

    Thanks! This was just a test shot. We are integrating dribbble into our site with their API and needed something to test with.

    12 months ago

  4. Ryan Oksenhorn Ryan Oksenhorn

    Wow, loving all the details! My least favorite part are the colored bars. I wonder how they'd look if the top of the gradient was more saturated (less grey) and maybe more subtle.

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    12 months ago

  5. Brothers Brothers

    Also, the rendered views you see here are screenshots from Safari browser. We tend to do all our design in browser except for some concepting intially.

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    12 months ago

  6. Brothers Brothers

    @Ryan Oksenhorn - Yeah, I see what you are saying about that. That's one of the downsides to using box-shadow in CSS you tend to get a flatter less saturated feel. We should consider that in the future. :)

    12 months ago

  7. Ryan Oksenhorn Ryan Oksenhorn

    @Brothers interesting. Is the end product a webpage, or do you use the browser solely for prototyping?

    12 months ago

  8. Brothers Brothers

    @Ryan Oksenhorn Especially when the end product is a webpage or a UI of some sort. The end product was a webpage that was placed on Plasma TVs throughout their office run in full screen mode in Safari.

    If the end product is say, an iOS app or Android app we might do some prototyping in the browser showing motion and interaction states to help communicate needs to our engineers coding the interactions into the app.

    12 months ago

  9. Nick Chamberlin Nick Chamberlin

    welcome to Dribbble!

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    12 months ago

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