Tying it All Together

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  1. Garrett Dimon Garrett Dimon

    I've updated the lower section so that it doesn't use the woodgrain. I've also updated the milestone bar so that the statuses more clearly relate to the colors in the bar.

    The only thing I don't love about this is that it's not as obvious that the white box revolves around the selected milestone in this context.

    almost 4 years ago

  2. Geoffrey Grosenbach Geoffrey Grosenbach

    It took me this long to realize that your new woodgrain theme was in keeping with the wood box on the Sifter logo/icon.

    On the other hand, it was only last week that I discovered most of the puppets on Mr. Rogers' make-believe land are voiced by Mr. Rogers.

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    almost 4 years ago

  3. Garrett Dimon Garrett Dimon

    That's good if it's that subtle. We're actually planning on unifying a lot of what we're doing. It seems the first year or so was our awkward phase where we were trying to figure out what Sifter was and what it should look and behave like.

    Thankfully, we're feeling really good about this direction and the associated vision for Sifter as an application and Next Update as a company.

    almost 4 years ago

  4. The milestone bar had the colors wrong. Now it should be a little more clear what the status bar is communicating. Also, the status chiclets are more compact and use the status to reinforce the relationship between color and status. It feels simpler and more unified.

    There's a little more insight to our thinking around color and the future of Sifter on the blog.

    almost 4 years ago

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