Fresh design. Love it.
7 months ago
Solid. Very good work here. The colors go well, and everything seems to flow nicely.
@Brian Benitez I'm gonna have to ask you to come back another time. I have a meeting with the Bobs.
Not typically a fan of the sidebar navigation in desktop websites. How would this respond to very large displays (i.e. 27" iMacs with 2560x1440 resolution)? Is the content centered, stretched to fill the screen? Will the sidebar just be stretched to the left to fill the gap?
Really nice and clean, I love how flat it is!
Really Really nice one! I love the colors
It's very nice Mason. Killer pixels
Super Duper ! Can you share a version with that grid? Just curious. I can help you with my personal mail id for that.
Wow Mason, you're killing it man!
Fantastic work as always, Mason.
@Dennis Flinsenberg Great question, man. It's one I've been thinking about throughout the process. There are quite a few directions we could take. Sure, we can do fixed-width and expand the design to a max-width of 1280 or 1600px.
Alternatively, I believe the top modules can remain full-width of the browser, while the bottom modules would be fixed-width and centered. These bottom modules are quite small and pretty flexible. They could also be expanded to a sensible maximum width.
As you can see, the bottom modules could still expand, keeping the layout intact.
I wouldn't recommend that they fill space just because the browser is larger, however, we could have the module components shift depending on the width if we wanted maximize space. For example, the bar graph here: http://d.pr/i/FOfP would be horizontally aligned with the feedback list instead of residing below.
We could also include additional modules to the dashboard on larger screens.
@Agence Me (via Barthélémy ... @Daniel Klopper @Andrew Lucas @Derrick Kempf @Super Matija Thanks, guys! It's exciting to see you rockstars digging the work.
@Ricardo Salazar @Ghulamali @Rocky Roark @Tanveer Junayed @Tom Pickering @Rovane Durso @Brian Potstra Much appreciated, peeps!
@Kartik Mahant Sure! I'm happy to share whatever you like. I'll connect with you via Skype when I return from vacation.
@Jonathan Moreira Thanks, my man! It's always nice to get a nod from one of my favorite phenoms!
Awesome work and the colors are just unique :)
Ahhh this is beautiful. Loving the little details, loving the Kramer.
You're a machine Mason!
@Mason Yarnell Boy can't wait :) Enjoy the holidays !!
I always enjoy to watch your work mate, superb. Very clean.
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