Also would love feedback from all you awesome dribbblers! ;)
over 1 year ago
Love this mate but it's hard to critique without the real pixels. Would love to see the full shot man!
Yeah I guess it is, I will be posting the real pixels of everything once it's all finalized in terms of flow and process.
And thank you :)
Looks good, Please can we see the real pixels?
@Jack Emerson & @Luke Etheridge
Okay attached is the real pixels. Keep in mind the flow isn't finalized.
@Mike Busby Awesome, It looks really good.
nice colors dude
Thanks Jack :)
@Eduardo Araya Thank you, I'm happy with the colors so far as well
Looks great, Mike.
Thanks @thomas I appreciate it!
awesome job Mike!
Great work Mike!
@Mike Busby Now that's what I'm talking about man! I love the effects around those icons to the left of the fields - very beautiful.
And I agree, the colors work very well together.
What icons are you using there? Custom or from a pack?...
Great work, love it. Only improvement I could see is that the next step button text is one pixel to much to the top :)
@Luke Etheridge Thanks man, the icons are from Batch, there is one that came from some where else, didn't have time to make my own for this.
@Paul Kegel Thanks!
about 1 year ago
Looks great, loving the large step navigation.
Thanks @Eric Puigmarti I appreciate it!
Solid Work as usual from @Mike Busby :)
@Seán Halpin thanks mate :) I messaged you on twitter by the way
Best practice suggests that any form is best stacked 100%, not side by side. It'll allow you to give fields different lengths without looking untidy - and giving fields different lengths is vital for affordance reasons - ie phone numbers shorter than last name etc. Looks good though!
@Andy Barratt Yeah, i get what you mean, I played with that at first but it just felt like so much wasted space, since the form container is 850px wide
In this each input is 320px wide which i think is big enough
So I did it like this and I prefer it visually, I don't think we will have much trouble with this.
Looks great :)
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.