I really don't like the original one so I thought it can't be that difficult to make a good one...
almost 2 years ago
It's wrong... It should be 1-2... :P
@Thom It takes a while to refresh :D
I'll then just wait right here... XD
Very very good!
Haha nice one :)
Love it! I'm not very satisfied with the ESPN (US Network) score display. Might have a go at this myself. I'll post as a rebound if I do :)
What's the font?
Are you kidding me? I had the exact same idea yesterday! Well, now I don't have to make it. :) Great work @Adrian Fahrbach
@Paul Dufour Arial in bold :D
@Robin Andersen I've thought about that everytime I saw a football match. It's not just the EM. All of those scoreboards look somehow wrong :S
@Adrian Fahrbach Yeah I know but I don't usually watch soccer. The funny part was that I was going to use that exact same teams. Guess I'm not that special then :P
by Tom Neal
BBC should improve their HUD too!
almost 2 years ago
by Bureau Oberhaeuser
I have the same feeling about the euro onscreen score. It's terrible. So here is my approach. The seconds would count in the green ring around the minutes. The scorer could slide to the side shortly after the goal was scored.
And I know Denmark doesn't wear blue shirts (the goal keeper does), but it just looks cooler then red. ;)
by Hüseyin Yilmaz ☺
I don't know the original one but i like the works from
Adrian, Martin and Tom. Hey guys!
Just my 2 cents.
by Safa Paksu
And this is my colorfull soccer score :)
by Guido Bouman
Had lots of fun designing this rebound. But on the other hand, I also struggled getting the dynamics right.
Second version is an indicator for injury time. When a goal takes place, the player name & minute slide in from the timer.
over 1 year ago
by Kunihiko Nakata
I often think similar stuff.
When I saw Olympic football championship on TV, I thought it was a bad idea to count up the injury time.
Here is my idea for the London Olympic football scorer.
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