I'm currently working on the destination slidedown menu, which is one of the core elements of this project. It's also one of the elements which is giving me lot's and lot's of headaches regarding responsive design, haha. Apart from all the responsive stuff I had to optimize custom icons for retina displays as well.
For more crisp pixels check out the @2x preview.
over 1 year ago
Looks good, Ines! But I would place the "Explore Europe" Button on the same height as the "Explore Oceania" Button regardless of the number of lines in the tags. I am dying for the boat!
Thanks for your valuable input, Jens! Since some destinations will have more entries than others I hope that the buttons won't seem out of place. But my gut feeling says that I'm absolutely with you :) I'm definitely giving it a try to vertically align the buttons on the same height. Let's see how this turns out ...
Stupid to think that you didn't thought about that!
Not at all, Jens!
It looks nice :)
I agree with @JM Windolf. If Oceania goes 3-4 lines deep, that's going to look really lopsided. However, I love the feel of the design. :)
Definitely keep buttons at the bottom at all times, there's always a way to fill awkward white space if there is some that makes it look lopsided. Other than that, great work.
As long as elements are clearly aligned, be it with each other or with other components in the layout, I see no issues with having asymmetrical white space. In fact, the space would serve as an equilibrium for your grid...Great UI btw!
Thanks for all your valuable comments!
@JM Windolf @Jay Tillery @Mariusz Cieśla I just gave it a try and aligned the buttons at the bottom (to the same height) and It turned out great imho. Thanks again for pointing me into the right direction :)
Which font is that?
about 1 year ago
nice soft blue and pink are great with the thin type
no offens; bt still feels like the previous version of kerem.co
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