15 Responses

  1. Veerle Pieters Veerle Pieters

    Screenshot showing how things look when you hover a button.

    about 4 years ago

  2. Kyle Meyer Kyle Meyer


    about 4 years ago

  3. Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm


    about 4 years ago

  4. Ole Martin Kristiansen Ole Martin Kristiansen


    about 4 years ago

  5. Luke Dorny Luke Dorny

    This is a wonderful design method, V.
    Love it.

    about 4 years ago

  6. Mark Otto Mark Otto

    Love it! Only piece of feedback would be that it's a little strange that the tooltip appears inset like the default icons state below. Shouldn't tooltips appear (and appear *to be*) above everything else?

    about 4 years ago

  7. Thomas Byttebier Thomas Byttebier

    Nice work Veerle. I like the textured background. And the whitespace.

    about 4 years ago

  8. David Fernandez David Fernandez

    Mark - I think as long as the tool tip isn't hovering over any other graphics (remains on solid background like it is), the intentional inset effect works. I like the different take on the tool tip veerle used here, bending the mold on conventions! Thumbs up.

    about 4 years ago

  9. Dean Hudson Dean Hudson

    Love it Veerle – the colours & typography are top notch.

    about 4 years ago

  10. Jono Mallanyk Jono Mallanyk

    Two mouse pointers?

    about 4 years ago

  11. Karinne Legault Karinne Legault

    (Wo)Man that's just beautiful! ;)

    about 4 years ago

  12. Chris Rowe Chris Rowe

    @Jono Two (Windows) mouse pointers?

    about 4 years ago

  13. Matthew Smith Matthew Smith

    Subtlety. Yumm.

    about 4 years ago

  14. Veerle Pieters Veerle Pieters

    Thanks everyone :)

    @Jono Mallanyk, @Chris Rowe it's a Photoshop screenshot. I need to show the client how things look at hover. Oh and it's a Mac mouse pointer, not Windows.

    about 4 years ago

  15. Ismael Burciaga Ismael Burciaga

    OK I am a big fan of the circles.

    almost 4 years ago

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