Working on two different art directions for a site we're currently re-designing. The one on the left uses greater depth and contrast, while the one on the right stays flat and uses more pastel colour tones. The focal element in the shot remains relatively unchanged with both directions.
about 2 years ago
This might just be my eyes right now, but at a quick glance I had a hard time seeing the flipclock behind the numbers on the left. It looks like it's 2 numbers... not a date. However on the right side, I didn't have a problem at all seeing the flipclock. It was immediately apparent what you were going for/what was going on.
That actually prompted me to tilt my monitor to see the clock background on the left side.
Really digging that dropdown!
I really like how the content is displayed in them; it's easy to read.
@Cory Hughes Thanks for your thoughts! I think working on cinema displays sometimes makes us take contrast for granted. :P I agree with you that the one on the left needs stronger contrast to help accent the flipclock a bit more though. We'll keep toying around with it!
WTF THIS IS SO AWESOME *bows*
Only thing I would change is the stroke on the left one, cream on gray is killin' the contrast
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