9 Responses

  1. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    Some UI detail (sans-logo) from a web app currently in development. Keen to get thoughts from some fresh eyes!

    about 4 years ago

  2. Jason Cale Jason Cale

    I like it fella, I also like that you have used a heart for favourites .. I'm doing the same on my current project and it divides opinion.

    I like purple anyway, so yeah.

    about 4 years ago

  3. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    Cheers Jase. The heart vs. star debate is one of the reasons I'm posting these. I wouldn't normally go against such an established convention, but a heart representing something you love makes sense to me...

    about 4 years ago

  4. Pete Lacey Pete Lacey

    I've been in 'Star Camp' up until the last few months really. I'm now a confirmed member of 'Heart Camp'.

    Great little bit of UI.

    about 4 years ago

  5. Rick Nunn Rick Nunn

    I think it depends on subject mater – something like a tweet works better as a star; a heart would be over the top. Something like a film, that you are possibly quite passionate about, a heart is just right.

    about 4 years ago

  6. Michael Whalen Michael Whalen

    I really dig that 15px gap between the rows in the table and the left sidebar. Makes it look real clean.

    about 4 years ago

  7. Sam Brown Sam Brown

    Looking good Robbie, definitely think the Heart is appropriate here. Interface is nice, interested to see it in action.

    about 4 years ago

  8. Chris Drackett Chris Drackett

    looks like my little might be getting more competition soon ;)

    we're used to it on the book front, but from this it seems we'll have some on the movie front as well :)

    Great Job on the highlight in the sidebar by the way, I love it!

    about 4 years ago

  9. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    @Chris: I hadn't come across Shelfworthy until now. To be honest, I think we'll be lucky just to get films right (well, the way we want it), never mind games and books. You're brave! Best of luck :)

    about 4 years ago

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