I can't believe I'm actually doing this but here's my first ever Dribbble Rebound. I saw Daryl's shot and wanted to give it a try in a morning coffee time while watching news.
The green and orange colors shows up only if you have notifications there, otherwise slight-gray bg.
I know it doesn't fit any Twitter Guidelines, but hey, not really designing for Twitter, right? Just having fun :)
I also attached PSD, enjoy it and have look at it live in here ;)
over 1 year ago
@Oykun This is great, man :)
@Ionut Zamfir heh :) I was about trash it actually, anyways, back to actual works :)
I like how you grouped different parts of the UI together (namely the DMs and @replies). Nice way to spend 20 minutes!
This is the one and only nice version I've seen of this rebound. Really great work!
@Oykun thanks so much for rebounding! happy that mine was the first you've ever rebounded.
I love it. All of the elements are very simple, can breathe, and each section meshes well together. The subtle notifications for messages and mentions is really cool as well. Thanks and great job.
Nice rebound, love that green and "orange" :)
Very nice! super clean
nice as always!
Nice to see your style in this rebound well done :)
Ha, this small thing got some attention :) Thanks folks!
Super clean. The colors work great together. Only piece of feedback would be to make the 'Compose New Tweet' button/link stand out a little more. It almost looks inactive. Great job though!
by Derry Birkett
My first rebound... rebounding is fun!
I added Mentions as a key stat because I think that's important. When a new mention is available (if such a thing exists) the @icon lights up.
DMs are shown as the blue notification bubble..
Also added location on/off and upload image to quick tweeter..
over 1 year ago
So simple and effective. Love it.
clean, love it.
by Joseph Wachira
Here's my first rebound on dribbble.
I just thought I'd give it a try and have some fun :)
Make sure you check @2x :)
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