“Only dead fish swim with the stream.”
Most modern-day Americans are in love with the cheap prices that e-tailers offer; however, it’s amazing to read the cost it comes at – most especially at the supply & logistics level. If you’ve ever wondered how your cheap soap, or recent book, or new video game makes it to you so back-breakingly quickly, it’s because it is breaking backs of everyday Americans.
So I’ve been hammering away at the next version of InBloom and have a number of loose-ends to tie up. But I need help finalizing a toolbar design and am reaching to the web: give your constructive feedback here (or on Dribbble) and I’ll put you in the running for a free Dribbble invite.
Designing in FileMaker is a beast unto itself: it’s vector-based, but flat colors only, GUIs have no horizontal component flow (only vertical), limited resize capability and nearly no-hide and appear capability worth considering. I’m really hammering at this design and it will be used on both desktop and iPad versions, most likely. But am still having trouble as to the myriad of versions that I prefer. The search field is very helpful and the little leaf will return the user to the home screen FYI.
With that said any and all constructive feedback puts you in the running, then I’ll raffle it off said way… probably with a FileMaker-based raffle picker!
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The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it.
1955 – 2011