Just a crop of a little dashboard I've been jamming on...
9 months ago
Nice graph, really stands out.
digging the 3D line in the chart. good stuff!
I can see an opus in the works. Keep jamming, B!
That line is badass.
Damn this is great.
Looks great Ben, this shot is on pace to crash Dribbble!
This is good Ben. Also liking the colors you got going on.
nice color : ) seems weird that the graph line has depth but the "76" doesn't.
Looks awesome. But, also, longshadow's are truly everywhere now.
My long shadow brings all the designers to the yard,
And there like,
Its better than yours,
Damn right its better than yours,
I can teach you,
But I have to charge
@Jed Bridges Ah, but it does! There is a small shadow beneath the 76.
Nice. I might co-op this 3D line style...
Long shadow! I thought you were hating on this: https://twitter.com/yocline/status/354830946576502784 ;)
I kinda agree with @Jed Bridges, maybe carry the shadow styling to the 76. Also, that "darker/condensed" shadow seems a bit too harsh/not blurred enough. Love these colors, that warm grey is hot!
So... does the data that's being represented in the line start at the bottom of the base (where the hard shadow is) or does it start at the top (where the white highlight is)? While I love the unique look you've created here, the actual number you're trying to represent seems a little hazy. For instance, I might not know whether the line starts at the 40 mark or the 50 mark. It may not be a big deal in this case, but it's something to think about.
Introducing perspective/depth to any data visual sacrifices clarity and credibility imho. It's worth doing a quick google search for a man named Edward R. Tufte if you don't already know who he is.
With all that said, I think this LOOKS hot and the bitter/sweet color you've gone with is sitting well with me. Cheers!
Awesome work! Digging the colors and just how clean this shot is.
Looks good, but good luck developing that. But than again you guys are pretty talented.
Damn, that shadow.
Love the graph. Thinking the 76 needs the same treatment.
Perfect mix flat and shadow
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