Good job dude. Love the sleeve.
about 3 years ago
Man, I love it!
Pure awesomeness Ben!
Not digging the last White Lies album though, their first one was way better :)
Nice to see you working on the web app I started working on during my training course. Pretty excited to see the app ready to launch, and how you managed the whole design.
Hey dude, this is freakin' awesome. Apple's banging it's head on the table right now and thinkin "WTF why doesn't Ben redesign iTunes for us?!" :D
Oh...wait... this LOOKS like it could be iTunes? Congratulations :D
That purple top bar is amazing.
Nice, I want to see more! Any possibility for a "full-screenshot" link? :D
Really nice. Search box looks almost 1px too high? Maybe maybe
umm.. errr.. hmm.. *thinkingaboutwordswhichisbetterthancrazysexyawesome*
The gloss on the top bar seriously makes me want to lick it... Not even joking. Seriously tasty work, Ben :)
Really nice sleeve! (gets even better thx to the white lies artwork! ;D)
Thanks for your lovely comments guys!
+1 for the White Lies new album!
this looks super sweet!
Hmm. I have never seen an LP/vinyl with such an transparent black inner sleeve. Also rounded corners are pretty rare. It looks very nice but it’s definitely not a typical representation for an LP. Why did you chose to design it this way?
@Reimar i think you just answered yourself :P
Hm. Well. I already found it interesting when I saw it in Coversutra. It’s like a CD and vinyl mixed together. If that’s the motivation it kinda makes sense.
I agree with Reimar, I think the LP metaphor would be stronger if it closer mimicked an actual LP. Aside from that, it's an awesome design. Great work.
I really think it's very nice looking but perhaps a little strange representation for a vinyl record.
This just caught my attention because I once had to design something similar and decided to go more »classic«. I made one with an inner plastic sleeve and one with paper. The client chose the plastic one : )
Is this "app" out yet? any updates?
almost 3 years ago
@Luke: Unfortunately no. Not sure they're actually going to open it publicly…
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