My first tablet and smartphone touch gui set. Would love to get your feedback on this. This will be released as a freebie on pixeden.com ;=)
over 2 years ago
The large (volume?) dial is sick. Beyond that, my only critique is that, imo, the soft grey faces of the other buttons/knobs are too soft, requiring an ever so slight texture. Perhaps just the play/next buttons, knobs may be fine.
The more I look at it the more the knobs look fine.
Perhaps another shape for the play/next buttons, break up the design a little. Unless you've already done so with other parts of the interface that I can't see.
Hi Matt, just uploaded a full preview of what i have now; the play/next are more like a seperate ui, wanted to do something as a whole. Would love more feedback.
now that there, is a pretty GUI. welcome Cris. super great first shot. and welcome!
Love the depth on those buttons - they're just asking to be played with.
Great Shot! Welcome
Nice work mate! Welcome!
Great work, but it looks a lot like Norm's GUI-sets http://dribbble.com/Norm?page=2
@ Ulrik. When you go for a grey/metal gui i do agree that there are some similitude but i think that i gave my personal spin on it, i'll let people be the judge on it.
I love it, very nice shadows
Great work! Loved the fine details and shadows.
I like your style ;)
@Norm, Thanks, I am glad you like it. I have to admit that you are the one who made me think about doing a gui, love yours by the way.
Super clean! The only thing that bothers me is that the blue in the line outside of the large dial is barely noticeable. I don't think there's enough contrast between the grey and the blue. I looked at the image for awhile before I even noticed that there was blue in it that line. Could probably have something to do with the shadows interfering with the luminescence of the blue.
Have to agree with Justin tho.
Another thing is the dots inside the switches/sliders on the dark grey areas, I personally think you can remove it.
Very nice! Welcome!
Thanks for all the feedback. I am taking everything in and will make some adjustments.
Nice UI that always let you want to touch it!
Wow, that's great controls!
Great job! Perfect details! Bravo :)
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