Interim mockup of doubleTwist's upcoming visual Equalizer feature. It's very fun to play with!
over 2 years ago
Always love your work. Fantastic job!
Great analog feel. Nice work, Sebastiaan.
Great work Sebastiaan
It's sweet, but that On & Off toggle is bugging the hell out of me. I much prefer this: http://lab.simurai.com/css/umbrui/
Also, something like this for the sliders might feel more natural: http://www.madmanaudio.com/images/mixing%20boards.jpg
Goddamn, I said goddamn!
not a fan of the perspective in the switch, but I want to lick everything else, and then lick it again
Wow... so amazing, the switch is awesome!
Nice work on buttons :d
Love the look of the screen.
Crooked switch is crooked! Still, beautifully crafted.
Woah. This is awesome!
One little something I saw was that the screen glow is a little inconsistant. http://cl.ly/091c172O3m3W0A2h343y
Still rad though. Great work!
i believe the switch "hate" comes from the fact that it's got it's own perspective (front-top) and depth going on, while the whole UI is in front view.
This is the first time I want to use Android, just for your app :-D
The only thing that I dislike, which I tend to see in a lot of places, is the script. I don't think it suits any user interface, and I feel it lowers the quality of the whole design. Everything's clean and informative in a user interface, and that's the main purpose of it. I'd always match that with very clean and legible typography. The script is just in a completely different league.
In this case, the interface is based off of the human interface of music / sound / producing hardware. I've never seen a script on something like that besides a Marshall amp, or vintage radios. Seems like a bit of a mismatch.
Incredible, as usual from you..
OH MY GOD! Awesome details.
Agree with what others are saying about the switch. Messed up the perspective.
This is killer! The faint grid on the screen and the blue glow atop the switch both put it over the top!
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