I'm usually against unpaid design work, but I had a free night and wanted to flex some CSS muscle. Click the attachment for the full page.
No Photoshop was used in this design. Maybe, I'll turn this into a Chrome extension.
5 months ago
you are one amazing man!
Uuuuhhh! I love it! Which font did you use?
@Alex KA, I'm using Tisa. Thank you!
like the body text, and title. But not sure about the question. Seems too big. Maybe The line height of the question & vertical spacing between question and "add question details".. will be better if reduced a bit. Just my 2¢.
I admire your work man!
@Bady, Good call on the vertical spacing of the question heading and the links below it. The spacing should be more even.
Awesome proposal! Did you try to use Tisa in a way to highlight content from the community (questions/answers) and a sans-serif font for all the navigation stuff ?
thats great work @Chanpory. love it.
@Luc Chaissac i decided to use Tisa throughout to better convey a feeling of "your trusted, friendly librarian". But it'd be interesting to see a contrasting typeface for nav elements.
Looks great! So clean and pleasing... clear call-to-actions!
Looks much better. You could also upload the CSS to http://stylebot.me I'd be using it, for sure.
Love Tisa, good alternative might be Kepler STD. Clean and nice...
3 months ago
Such a fan. The focus direction is bang on--
2 months ago
@Chanpory Rith This is WAAAAAAAY better!!!
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