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over 1 year ago
Seems damn similar.. :)
Looks nice though..
That's true. I hadn't seen that shot, but it looks great. :)
Feel free to grab it; its free stuff.. :)
@Subash Dharel - dude, that is basically bootstrap with a 3D effect. Aka. 95% of the internet. As if it was copied from your shot!
I would be the coolest fish if that was the case! However If you look at both the shots 'color schemes' seem quite alike. @Fred Stevens-Smith that's all I wanted to dig at. Anyways @ Ian Mintz you have some great stuffs in there..
@Subash Dharel You're kidding, right?
@Jack Bingham No I am not, I am always this crazy :P
@Subash no offense but they look nothing alike
@Fred Stevens-Smith @Jack Bingham @Phil Freo Much love my brothers..thanks for appreciation :p
@Subash Dharel While I can see how you make the connection, I feel you're making them in the wrong places. The style used by both logins are more similar to a standard mobile form convention (e.g. full width button) and that it uses the simplicity trend (less is more). It's like saying all of these are copies too: http://dribbble.com/search?q=login .
As for the style (blue, grays, focus glow), it's similar. But I'd see this style as being more close to one of Apple's various styles. However, the key differences are that yours is a dropdown, includes additional options after the button, three-paper-stack visual graphic w/transparency, different blue gradient for the button, textured, etc. The two are too difference to be "damn similar".
No offense intended in this, just adding my opinion/observation into the mix.
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