Really enjoyed working on this page. Starting to feel more comfortable with the overall visual language of Carshare.
7 months ago
Great work :)
How about leaving the header transparent and have the brand+model rendered a'la facebook_photos_style (gradient + just text)
@George Papadakis Fantastic idea. I like to play with translucence and overlays.
I've been getting a lot of constructive feedback lately on Dribbble. Love it.
Very nice grid. I think all the contrast is very well done too.
My only critique is that the arrow with the blur seems a bit out of place. What if the blur was a shade of the green?
The contrast between the "Book this car" button and the green background is absolutely perfect. In fact that whole information box is perfect, hierarchies and contrast are spot on! :)
Did you try the heart without that heavy dark-green stroke? Seems a bit heavier to me.
The arrow with the background blur works great, don't know if it wouldn't be better if you used the entire frame of the next photo as blur, instead of using just a box.
This is great. Sketch-high-five, @Meng! :)
@Todd Coleman Interesting, I could definitely try with a different tone to make colours come together.
@João Ferreira I went pretty hard on the grid this time and it was fun. I was trying to be consistent with the Line icons, but I think I should revisit the Heart icon. For the blur, I wanted it to be obvious that people can navigate through multiple photos. The arrow would only appear during hover. And another idea was to have small thumbnails on the bottom right.
@Mariusz Ciesla Sketch-high-five indeed. Makes my life as a designer so much more enjoyable. :)
Thanks all for your feedback!
Also, calendar looks a bit confusing since you are introducing another color there.
It's not pretty clear what is is what.
I'd skip a color (probably the dark one) and just type the day # or attach a tiny legend (color → meaning).
@George Papadakis I wanted the calendar to reflect the dates selected in the Pick up/Return time – green would mean selected, white, available and grey, unavailable. People can also select the dates directly from the calendar. I can try to make it more obvious. But some things make more sense as soon as you interact with them. Thanks for pointing that out!
@Meng To Yet another thingy (the last for today ;)
Since you have both a calendar and tow date selectors, why not either join them (make the calendar interactive) or bring them together.
That way you'd get two in one, plus you'd avoid some confusion as to what is interactive or not.
ps: I am pretty sure I sound confusing right now ;)
@George Papadakis It's definitely a great idea and one I should try. Two concerns though: 1) user has to pick the time. 2) Calendar is a bit heavy to be put in front. The flow of information has to make sense. Keep it coming. :D
@Meng To I will get on it* once I get some spare time ;(
Some additional notes, though:
+ This gas-related warning is placed way too high and is given more emphasis than it deserves (imho).
+ The total cost for this trip should (on the other hand) be given more emphasis and better placement. At least increase its font-size :)
+ I would also move the price/hour and price/day below the brand+model title so that this panel will be reserved for user input only (better semantics).
* on it = Sketch-ing
Amazing work with nice colors!
@Meng To http://d.pr/i/FiUY :-)
@George Papadakis Looks like you got busy. ;) All very good suggestions, thanks!
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Much appreciated!
@Meng To A little something I forgot to mention in my previous snap - http://d.pr/i/f2Db :)
great stuff :) definitely going to next level since the time you hve joined them...
6 months ago
I'm really digging this website, really refreshing to the eyes.
There is this part which bug me thou on the car section at the homepage: http://carshare.hk/. I'm not sure if it's better to let the scroll wheel scroll horizontally at the car block (rent from car owners section). It might kill the flow thou... And maybe change the scrollbar to a custom one instead of using the browser default one on this same section.
4 months ago
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