EXRendersComplete by WAS
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EXRendersComplete

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  • 7Shadows

    7Shadows

    Looking great. The interface is slick, although a bit "bulky". The dots in the background may be a bit too much. The rest is hot!

    Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • WAS

      WAS

      Do you mean by the giant navigation bar, and blocky logo?

      Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • 7Shadows

      7Shadows

      I mean that because of the harsh gradients, the top menu for example seems like a big "bulky" tube. Personally, I prefer when it's a flat surface as it's less distracting.

      Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • WAS

      WAS

      Oh, so you don't like Web 2.0 Gradients? I see, just flat grads. I get you. I like them, where as you see 'bulky' tubes I see a tube with depth and shine compared to one that is flat and boring. Web 2.0 is all about flashy gradients. :P

      Jan 24th, 2011 Reply
    • 7Shadows

      7Shadows

      It's a personal taste. :)

      I think you'll agree that Web 2.0, is way past its time. It was introduced 5 years ago and everyone started doing glossy, colourful and oversized typography. I personally believe that nowadays we're moving more towards slick, undistracting, magazine-like designs. The gradients you see at http://dribbble.com are pretty subtle and slick for user interfaces.

      Flat can still have gradients -- it's just less distracting.

      Jan 24th, 2011 Reply
    • WAS

      WAS

      These things are all true. But a simple layout may not be 'distracting' in the form of gradients, it can be further more distracting in the use redundant JS effects and AJAX (which is a tool, not a method of building sites) and create a whole new distraction that is browsing speed and performance.

      Jan 29th, 2011 Reply
  • Aki

    Aki

    Very cool design!

    Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
  • Enigmare

    Enigmare

    Awesome skin m8 really well done ^^ I think maybe you can fit one more render into the scroller of renders... otherwise great job ^^

    Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • WAS

      WAS

      Thanks, Helix. I was thinking of a JS fader for the scroller, (if I ever code it) that would use those blank margins as the fade away.

      Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • Enigmare

      Enigmare

      aaa ok ;) only one more question then what would the bottom right content box be for?

      Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • WAS

      WAS

      Well... with web designs... you don't necessarily make a complete mock-up of what the page will look like. You make enough of it to use when you slice it. As I'll destroy this PSD into tiny pieces to use in the CSS and main HTML, adding content, icons, etc later.

      Jan 23rd, 2011 Reply