A part of an app i recently worked on. Still in development phase.
Just thought about sharing it with you all.
Don't forget to check out the attachment.
8 months ago
I was hoping for the attachment to provide the real pixels. Looks very nice from this angle too though!
@Bert Devriese I wish i could :(
@Andrey S. Rodrigues ☝ Thank you brother.
Nice work bro!!
@Prakash Ghodke Thanks Brother.
looks great. Love it.
@Kenil Bhavsar thanks brother.
You nailed it! Awesome!
Looks awesome! What font are you using? It's really cool!
Looks great so far! What's your perceived benefit to having the navigation on the left as opposed to the top? I've been noticing lot's of people using it and I'm considering using it myself on a few projects.
yay! johnny's email address! ;)
Dig the icons!
Awesome work man!
Looking good in general, however the sidenav is too big, it takes lots of valuable space from actual content at right.
I have a question. Some buttons have rounded corners, others are pills, what is the difference?
Looking awesome. Only suggestion would be to slim down the left nav a bit. Also, the stars might be looking out of place (can't really tell from a photo shot).
@Adrian Brand Thanks Brother.
@Alex Thanks man. The fonts are Raleway
@Nelson Joyce Using the navigation on the sides just servers the purpose of uniforming the application for the mobile user's.
@fluxwerk Hope i had it man :)
@Steve Sutanto @Ali Akbar Thanks Brother.
@Oykun Thank you sir. I am on to it and will make the necessary changes on the final outcome. Thanks again for the word, much appreciated.
@Nidia Rocío Carrillo Nice catch. But only one button is in pill form cause that button will be uniform and its very important part of the application and its function.
@Riki Tanone Thanks for the input brother.
Looks cool @Kartik Mahant
@saurabhj Thanks brother.
by Kartik Mahant
Working on a phone version. Don't forget to check out the attachment.
8 months ago
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