Over the past few days I've been working on a web interface for Magnifique as a personal challenge to myself: I've never considered myself to be much good at web design.
This was originally just a concept, but it's actually a working prototype now. You can see the live preview here. It's still undergoing minor changes, and there's also a blue one which you can see by using the theme switcher in the bottom left — tell me which you prefer! It still needs little features like a "bad login" notification, a little animation, and stuff like that, but the basics are there.
Background is a CSS gradient and I'm thinking about removing some of the images and recreating them using CSS.
I'm slowly working my way through to extending the design into a fully fledged site, but like I say, web design isn't my strong point.
almost 3 years ago
Really, really nice. Love the colours and the use of CSS :)
Cheers, Dale. :)
Hopefully it'll only get better with some little JS animation wizardry from the MacThemes guys.
Some slick animation would be great, nice color scheme btw.
My one complaint is that the left edge of the icon and the main box don't line up.
Nice job! Simple & to the point.
by Waseem Dahman
currently, I'm working on the sign-up tab.. And I think I'm going to come up with a web UI elements (button, check box, radio button, text inputs ...etc).
these tabs are inspired Tom Graham after I've seen his shot about "Magnifique Web" on forrst.com.
Thanks for every single "Like" and Comment on the deleted shot!
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almost 3 years ago
Only issue I saw is that the White drop shadow under the "Sign up" text is a bit too white. Other than that, great job!
over 2 years ago
As with the other comments, love the design and interaction. I came upon this, though. Have you tried another form of text replacement (perhaps this?)
about 2 years ago
over 1 year ago
I like the colors. The only negative I have to say is I don't like the misalignment of the text inside the input fields. Password could be nudged up about 2px, but it's nit-picky I guess. Maybe center align username and password, too?
7 months ago
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