Little larger shot, http://d.pr/i/BmDi
over 1 year ago
I'm digging this. It's got a lot of qualities that the new Outlook.com has, but with a little bit of 'fun' mixed in. My only qualm with this is that in my opinion, the scripty-ness of the logo clashes with the light sans-serif you're using in the rest of the app. It almost looks like two separate brands. I'd suggest finding a way to blend the two a bit better. But I love the use of negative space. I also think the icons in the left nav area bit varied in size. Make them about the same size and I think you're golden. Good work!
Wow, thank you Justin for such an extended explanation. I'm agree with you about the logo. The thing is that this is a rough sketch I made today, it doesn't even have a name yet, since this is thought as a project management system, the final product will have the company logo in that area, but I will take your recommendation and do some tests.
Thanks again and follow me for when I release the final version of it! Best!
A little tough to tell the flow between the column in the shot and attachment, but visually this looks quite promising!
Looks good..do you have live version?
about 1 year ago
Hi @Rihan Terence, nope I don't have a live version yet, I hope to have something running very soon. I don't have the time I'd like to develop it :(
Great ! (even 1 year after ;-) )... What's the font of the "logo" ? Very clever ! Looks great !
3 months ago
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