When doing this style of drop down I'm always interested to see the hover state for the first item :)
almost 2 years ago
It's actually kind of scary how good you are with flat colours @Alex
This is looking brilliant - Nice and simple with great colors.
What's the name of the font used?
And great work, by the way *thumbsup*
Looks great! So gentle :)
by Jordan Payne
I saw the Dropdown UI that Alex Penny did this morning and was inspired to rework it a little bit. I learnt about a few features in Photoshop I never knew of while working on this. http://goo.gl/dHWkn
Option 2 is in the :hover state.
PSD is attached if anyone wanted to check it out.
EDIT: Updated the PSD to address the kerning issue between the O and the p in word 'Option'.
almost 2 years ago
Well if you don't notice that something just dropped down from it, there might be something wrong with your pixels.
As @Adis said, it would be nice if you tell us the name of the font you used.
By the way: Cool work! :)
by Brandon Jacoby
I saw Alex Penny's shot this morning, and it gave me this idea. Not sure if it would actually work in it's current context, but hey, just for practice ;-)
Couldn't find a Google+ icon that worked with this, so I whipped up my own.
its simply the best
Really nice shot! clean and simple. lovely colors!
Simple and great!
by Adis Hasanic
by David Stinnette
I've been wireframing for a month. Needed to get back into Photoshop ... that was fun. PSD attached - pardon the mess.
by Connor Gaughan
My take on this drop down. Though I think I like the flat colors a heck of a lot better. This seems to gimmicky...
by Maciej Jasiński
had some problems with aligning, but eventually decided to go this way..
by Virab Yari
So I heard you like dropdowns. ( PSD: http://bit.ly/OML03A )
Can you tell me the font pleaaase? Great design.
over 1 year ago
Gotham/Proxima Nova, the best UI font
by account hacked
Rebound based on 'Simple Dropdown' by Alex Penny...
13 days ago
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