6 Responses

  1. Ivan Ivan

    Hi. This is my first experience in interface design Calendar interface design made for practice. Any advise will be good. Thanks.

    about 2 years ago

  2. Alexander Zapadenko Alexander Zapadenko

    Welcome and have a success at community.
    Also don't forget wash your hands before eating. =)


    about 2 years ago

  3. Filip Raatz Filip Raatz

    Welcome to dribbble. i think the blue edges are a little bit to small.. it looks more like a pixel error! try to make it bigger and lighter. i think it works better.

    about 2 years ago

  4. iconshock iconshock

    @Ivan Nicely done ! would u like to include the psd in the next bundle (march one) if so, pls send it to me to box@boxofbundles

    about 2 years ago

  5. Ivan Ivan

    Thanks a lot for the feedback! I write to you to e-mail.

    about 2 years ago

  6. Ben Hayes Ben Hayes

    Looks nice! I agree with Filip above, those little triangles might be a touch too small, depending on what they signify. For example, as you have it now, the marker for 'today' seems to me to be given a lot more importance than the little markers, which may or may not be what you want.

    As a side note, I have found one of the problems of designing a nice-looking calendar UI like this for the web comes when the developers try to implement it. More than likely they will want to use a JS library like JQueryUI, and you may find it frustratingly difficult to keep all the little UI details you have here, because libraries like that tend to enforce markup that constrains what hooks you have available for the CSS.

    I don't know if you do any front-end coding work too, but it could be an interesting exercise to try making this design into a JQueryUI theme, and see how you could adapt it while keeping the same overall 'feel'.

    over 1 year ago

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