During the beta testing of our product I cleaned up the interface ... a lot :)
Here's a preview of the dashboard.
about 2 years ago
Looks really good!
It's even more beautiful live when you get to use it!
@Claudiu Cioba How do I believe it's beautiful live? ehm.. provide link or full shot please.... Beautiful shot .... !!
Wanna try it!
Graphs... Blue... Clean... What else do we need?
agree with @Haziq Mir
So many details and yet looks simplified and very well balanced! Claudiu, I cannot sat that the overall transition of the project since its initial shape it isn't major, but it's definitely improved. Hell of a job, my dear friend. Hell of a job...
@Marius C. Paun The project was in beta, everything was already coded up and working. I didn't want to redesign the entire application, I just did some small design changes that are easy to code but which offer a maximum visual and ux impact.
Out of all the people you should know best that I did these changes because you created the new logo for us, which btw looks amazing! :)
I freakin' LOVE dashboards!
man, this shit is mint! proper job! ;)
so great, so clean ... amazing work !
i don't know why, but it loks very ... dribbble PRO'ish
looking really really nice, good job mate!
@Claudiu Cioba i would love to see that graph in some gradient with a hint of light blue in it........
@Kartik Mahant ✦✦✦ I wouldn't want to use toooo much blue in this composition. I think by using green the graph stands out more :)
You are the best judge mate.
Wow, clearly a very solid product, would you mind if I asked ~ how many hours and failed drafts it took to reach this point? Really digging it!
Claudiu, that's great, just great, sorry for my poor words appreciating your work:)
@Hunter Hastings only 3 drafts were made to reach this final interface. If you look through my dribbble profile you will see how the Systematic Revenue interface evolved during the 4 months of work. It's a massive, powerful product so there was a lot of thinking behind it.
@Sergey Shapiro no need to excuse yourself ... lol :))
@Rick McCaffrey this means a lot, I truly appreciate it.
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