I can't get enough of the stitch/ribbon, no matter how cliche it gets. So I've tried to add some unique flair to make the navigation stand out a little more, going on with some minor style updates to the blog.
Update: This is now live.
over 3 years ago
As said before: finally a different approach of the overused ribbon! ;) Very well done, Caleb, I like it a lot! :)
Looks incredible. Awesome idea :D
@Gert Jan Lodder Thanks so much! Maybe someday I'll get close to your skills of shading and lighting :-)
@Gert Jan Lodder Thanks!
The ribbon is so sweet! Please show more
The colors are exemplary. The ribbon is a breath of fresh air. Nice job pushing beyond the norm...
@Michal Pechardo Thanks! I'll be posting the other ones just for reference in a rebound.
@Josh Austin Thanks :-)
@Stefan Hartwig Thanks! Glad to see some talent from Good 'ol SD, going up there to visit family soon
Just when I thought there couldn't be any more variations of a ribbon I haven't seen, Caleb comes up with this! Nice work.
Caleb, if you're coming soon, bring a parka.
that's a really nice ribbon..feels very different to anything ive seen before
Probably you're already heard this ad nauseum, but still... that ribbbon is just full of win!!!
Everybody loves a good Nav Ribbon. Great work!
Wauw, great color scheme and textures!
Looks really sharp!! ... How about aligning the logo with the navigation text? Right now it seems like it's pinned to one corner and out of flow.
Maybe only have the stitches where the ribbon is flat against the page? So it looks like its stitched down there and just flopping freely where it bends up. Just throwing it out there :)
Thanks everyone :-)
@Stefan Hartwig Yeah from what I hear it's pretty buried up there!
@Rob Schlegel Nice idea, maybe I'll give that a shot
by Caleb Ogden
I'll never stop using ribbons, I don't care how cliche they get. This is for a secret, awesome project to be launched soon. I'm really excited about it.
Not sure how to handle the kerning when it's on a path, guess I could just do it by hand.
about 3 years ago
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