A few prototypes
# December 1, 2008 at 9:04 pm
I wanted to post my first few examples of some prototypes I have whipped up.
In this first one I wanted to wrap my head around relative positioning, and also wanted to ‘break out of the box css-model’ (or at least cast the illusion…. so I created this
This next one is a flash menu I was working on a while back, I have since stopped working on it, but I will finish it someday.
The last one is my first WordPress Theme, Simple but I like it. (I broke it a little today by gettng rid of the transparent .png files. so the background doesn’t match perfectly…) Work in Progress….
Please let me know of anything you catch, that I might need to change or fix… or be careful of… and let me knowwhat you think…
Blue# December 2, 2008 at 4:48 am
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hey dude – nice work there, I like the floaty buttons, not seen that before :)
Your WP theme is very nice, I see where you have killed the bg image, but you know about that :) sooo I think the only thing I would do is say give it a footer that kinda matches the top maybe.
The page fading out is really nice, but after a good few scrolls down gets a little boring. So I thought maybe fading in or having a footer might ballance it out a little.
Other than that I think you menu text should be a little higher contrast and thats about it. Very nice template :D# December 2, 2008 at 10:50 pm
Thanks for the feedback!
@Robskiwarrior– I like that you brought up the fact of tying in the footer, that is my next step, because It is indeed quite boring once it scrolls to just white…
@ cybershot- the idea of a fish or something is a great one- I can also maybe see some bubbles, like a fishtank air-filter. Originally it was slated as a jello button nav, and the ‘water’ was red, and the buttons were going to be pieces of fruit. It also feels more like jello to me. I believe I will probablly get back to the jello idea, but I may do a fishtank or underwater scene now that you brought up that perspective.
Thanks again for the comments.
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