Work-in-progress for some retake on the dashboard. Roadmap v1.1.
over 1 year ago
Wow, your sketch is quite detailed, most people wireframe and then bring it to life in photoshop. I am not sure why you added a noise texture to the screen shot, i think it'd look way better (presentation wise) without any noise, but overall looks great. From what I can tell you might even be able to reduce the drop shadow of the div's by just a hair, Also it looks like the NOTE GLOBALE and the PRESENCES are not a black, and your 123 avis icon is. I would suggest making them a dark dark gray, but then again that might just be the gradient filter you put overtop for the presentation. Looks good, Keep it up!
Thanks @Ty ! The noise and gradient are for the presentation shot. You're right about the dark gray for title/icon. I'll change that.
I'm using paper and illustrator for conception. Fine design tuning will be made in photoshop, using smart-objects from illustrator.
like this one a lot, great colors also :)
Looks good - are you coding it as well?
Yes, this is some adjustments for the interface of our existing Saas Guestback, an hotel reputation management system.
i really love this.
This is gorgeous.. and I kinda like the noise added to the presentation. Kinda looks like paper... i guess its not a true representation though technically.
this is great! love the layout. very clean.
Kevin, Dashboads and information graphics are usually ho-hum to me, but everything on this dashboard is very interesting. I really do like the choice of colors. Good luck with Guestback!
nice detail in pie charts
about 1 year ago
So smooth man. This is perfect.
i like the way it went, it's quite nice! but i have to say it: your previous sketch was *so good*
I want to see a detailed and bigger version. Because it's interesting.
Looking good with great details and awesome color scheme.
I think the noise does make it look like a printed artwork. I wonder if the icons and total amount being in black, make it easier to browse data or not.
12 months ago
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