Working on some sign-in/up UI changes. This is one of the concepts.
PS. Thanks to @charlesriccardi for the quick feedback on my first attempt to upload.
over 1 year ago
Clean and nice :)
Good stuff, Eric.
Those button/input fields look like they're from 1997!
hm nice. But I think that the "Sign In" is off-center.
Good stuff, but I wonder why every login form looks like Lion login form since Lion. Can't people come up with different layouts? ;)
WoW! Really niuce mate! I like it! The gradient is awesome!! :-) @Anthony Lagoon
Nice colours! I think it wouldn't hurt to give it more space vertically. Larger gaps between the avatar / logo / fields.
@Anthony Lagoon I wonder... how is it possible to show the picture when he's not even signed in yet?
Great work dude! I would agree with @Jack Bingham, if you can afford the room!
@Jame / Twinski Thinking it would be rad to populate the avatar field after they've given a valid email. I think it could be cool.
Thanks for the feedback @Jack Bingham @Kyle Lambert @Tobia Crivellari ™ and others :)
@Vaibhav perhaps your feedback could be a tad more constructive. You don't have to be a butthole. That's not a requirement for Dribbble feedback :)
Looking good @Anthony Lagoon
@Eric Hoffman couldn't agree more! @Vaibhav
@Eric Hoffman @Anthony Lagoon Okay, sorry guys. I guess I was being a bit of a butt. I must say however, in my defense, that I was slightly high on iced tea and slightly low on sleep. :P
Anyways, let's see... (I honestly don't even remember anything from yesterday night). Okay, the concept is not bad but there are a few things that should/could be changed. Firstly, I'm not a big fan of that outer glow on the active field. Perhaps making it a little more spread/blurred would do the trick? And also, make the inner shadow on it a little more blurred, not so solid. As for the button, the solid black text and little gradient don't do much to help the button. Either go with a flat style or a fancy style, I don't think this half-way button really mixes with the main style. Try more of a gradient and perhaps even a gradient on the text. I'm usually one to work with flat colors, but that's what I think will work for this.
K brb gonna get iced tea.
What font is the "Just Family" i'm diggin' it =)
about 1 year ago
@Sabri Suby I'm glad you like it! Its roots are in proxima nova but its been tweaked a bit.
Sweet! ;) Good work
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