One of the latest design iterations I made for the dashboard. Full view attached.
4 months ago
I love the gradient effect on stats!
Really liking the direction this is going, nice work Ben :)
It feels a lot more modern. Very good one.
Lovely. I'll look forward to using this in the future.
I love the feel of this & also the website. Love the clear visual explanation of the product.
Thank you for not making the sidebar dark. Seriously.
Beautiful work @Sebastiaan. I don't understand the Event glyph. Can you explain me the connection?
We just integrated stripe for youthcloud.... can't wait til this version!
ROTFL (https://twitter.com/bdc/status/412599965819482112) @Benjamin you are the best. My apologies :)
Love the style Ben! Not sure about all the space that "Notifications" take, but it's refreshing not to see the same bell icon that everybody uses :)
Nice work Ben! I'm loving the modern new look. Curious if those stats are the real ones for Dribbble?
Honestly, I don't like it. Perhaps it's because of personal style; however, to me this looks and feels like a dashboard I'd expect to see from analytics companies back in 2007.
Areas that I'd expect to see as secondary interactions have the same look and feel as elements that are of importance. For example; the navigation visually appears to utilize the same active/non-active style, minus of course a blue bar around the active state.
I also feel the placement of certain items is questionable. The notifications placement is an example of this. It first feels weird to see it up there, but after using the dashboard I guess I could get used to it. However, its effectiveness seems lacking as well. I'm in the dashboard and I see that I have a notification; okay great, what section is it for? A new message, update to an event, perhaps there are payment issues. Why not place the notification near the element it is respecting? This way I can look at it and say, "Oh, an update to my payments? Okay, lets go!" not then having to preform extra clicks to see what it is.
Whilst the search bar is annoying as hell to me where it is, and my suggestion would be to redesign elements to fit the search bar in a more subtle, yet effective way - so its just not, hey I'm a nag bar here, its not a huge issue. I'm questioning the 'Dribbble' and 'Your Account'.
I understand what these are for; however, keeping two account manager dropdows like that together without a spacer is not such a great idea, and it really feels as if there are two account holders. I'd suggest putting the Dribbble element in the multicoloured bar, as it seems this is where the main controls are for controlling the data that is displayed.
Also, it might just be my computer, but I see a drop shadow under the text and icons. I'm not sure if it is my computer or a drop shadow, but it if is a drop shadow, I'd remove it. No where else do the text or icon elements have a drop shadow, just feels off having it here.
The colours, gradients, placement, etc all give me a feel like I am using either an older version of Trillian or using the old live services from Microsoft. It just feels dated and like I said, that could all just be because of my admiration for simplistic designs. But those are my comments, take it how you want.
Is there any reason that the y-axis items in the revenue chart need the .00?
Seems like they could just be $0, $750, $1,500 - and it would look much simpler.
Can see a shift in your style with that gradient header and line stroke icons, but you once again prove your typographic and layout prowess in this piece.
Schmexy stuff, Ben!
WOW great overall. I do agree w/ @Tyler Allen (ModernBits) on a few points he made (like notifications and top right accounts dropdowns), however the look and simplicity of this is amazing.
Tend to agree with some of the points @Tyler made. It's fairly stock standard looking for a dashboard.
Like all of it, just not the gradient on that bar. Make it all blue. ;)
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