Feedback is welcomed as always.
about 1 year ago
Love the subtle effect you give to your stuff !
Thank you @Xalion™ .
Looks great! I assume the twitter button at the bottom is a hover state?
@Stan Peters Yup. :D
It looks really great ! But just a question, why does the twitter button have more shadows than the others
@Luky Vj That would be the hover state for the share buttons.
Let me start by stating that I just love that frame. Pretty simple, yet original (web is so full of polaroids these days)
Overall pretty cool work here. Excited to see more from this. The pastel color combo works very well with the idea of sticking to the main point here which is showcase of the work itself.
One thing bothers me though. I bet my ass that if the description would be composed in block the work would get another dimension, and resemble the kind of real gallery feeling more.
However its great as it is now too :)
@Lukas Kokoska Thank you so much for your feedback. The website will be up soon, and I'll keep you all posted.
Great clean design!
Oh man this is sexy.
I would love to give you a feedback on that, and I really admire who can.. but this is just beautiful as it is.
@Morgana D'Almeida You are too kind. I really appreciate it.
Great work, the frame looks awesome!
Description text seems to be too narrow for me (hard to read), maybe try to use a different layout - headers on top and bolder font instead of on the left for the description fields?
I'd love to see the description column widened a bit. Sweet color scheme and soft appearance though.
@Tamerlan Soziev @Tyler van der Hoeven THanks guys. I am working on that right now. :D
I really like the depth between the frame and details box.
Love it! great subtleties, all i would say is the area size for the description feels too tight as you have allot of uneven line breaks that doesn't lend itself to the 'flow' when reading
Love the colours, especially the frame.
simple thus effective, thank you for the inspiration!
Not so much for the, what I guess is a hover effect on the Twitter button, but the left panel is Swee-eet! Absolutely perfect.
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