SJQHUB™ // B&I Dashboard
Development for the Branding & Identity skill set. Unsure on the gradient at the moment, your thoughts?
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6 months ago
That looks bliming lovely!
Nice colors, looks good to me!
Thanks @Tom Ovens @Hugo
Rad! Nice colors :)
Thanks @Baptiste Briel @Walid Benoihi
I think the gradient is working, but that might be because it's matching in with that photo/image so nicely. If the images lighting was flatter, maybe the gradient would start to stand out too much. Either way, it's a beautiful composition.
Thanks @Nick Botner A very valid point as I am currently working on the other skill sets and this exact 'issue' has come up, so good point. Need to decide, either gradient and imagery to match, or make a universal decision to have it all flat design.
@Jonathan Quintin I find, that the good thing about flat is that it can go with the flow a bit better. Meaning, you don't have to spend as much time matching (searching) for the proper image. However, spending that extra time and doing something a bit more custom can speak volumes to the overall thought and time that went into it. Either way, I am sure the results will be nice.
Exactly @Nick Botner
Design for me is about a well thought out process and trail and error. Thanks for the feedback :)
This is beautiful dude.
@Jonathan Quintin Anytime :)
Nice Nice sir!
Thanks Mr @Nick Kelly
This is absolutely amazing, really dig it!
I'd love to see this photo alone on a high res!
Holy shite man, This is absolutely amazing. Kills me a little inside seeing something so impressive. top work!
Very kind comments thanks @Rodrigo Grundig @Kevin McCutcheon
Looks awesome! Great job man :)
Would you mind sharing the link to the big image of the mountains? I'd love to see it fully.
by Iain Frame
It's amazing the depth you get with an image like that @Jonathan Quintin, those tones really bring it to life! Here's a more commercial targeted alternative I was working on a while back. I feel the photography pulls in the user to connect.
6 months ago
This looks really pleasing, but if you're building a dashboard to be used, w(hy)tf is the top third of the page an image that provides no data? Other than that, I dig it.
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