Just talking to the very talented Jack Bingham today, who inspired me to look at subtle gradients and flatter shapes in my design (I've been a skeuomorphic of late). Anyway, I thought I would try a concept out this evening with colours and layout.
Your thoughts are, as always, appreciated...full pixels are attached.
about 1 year ago
I love how the inputs are flat and you added some gradient and drop shadows to the buttons. It definitely makes the assets stand out, even if just a tad.
That nav bar seems to be a little too strong though. Less gradient. Less drop shadow. Just a hint would go a long way.
And one more thing. I love you. ;)
Thanks David. Is there anything else you would change?
Hey man! Really nice work!
What do you think if you put the dont on the titles (social media, for example), as uppercase?
I would also make the padding on buttons way bigger. Make the buttons more fat, easier to click, you know?
Nice work @Mike Beecham. My only feedback would be to increase the size of the +Add Account button... something like this.
Thanks @Shaun Moynihan. Very helpful feedback. I never really think about making buttons that wide, but I guess it makes sense to. Thanks mate.
by Mike Beecham
Taking some comments and feedback into consideration, and reworking some of the assets and gradients, I've rebounded my settings screen. I think it looks much cleaner now, but what do you think?
Any feedback you have would be great.
about 1 year ago
Looks good Mike!
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