I tested Windows 8 for like ½h yesterday, I gotta say: it was horrible to use. Full screen with squares everywhere . I like more Mac-style rounded corners ‘n’ stuff. But the speed was pretty good and I think without metro it might be better than Windows 7. And its fully compatible with Windows 7 hardware, so upgrading should not be a problem.
bluenila saidWell, here is just a few small changes you could do:
Hey Guys ! Can you please suggest me any other design related changes. So that both my old and newly modified template doesn’t look similar.
- Make the “top” ribbon on the right follow the page, fixed position (better usability)
- Use jQuery scrollTo plugin for smooth scrolling.
I think your template looks great, I don’t know how to make the typography or other desing better.
I usually go crazy and delete everything. Clear start after that though.
I’ve been creating this little admin template for a while now and here is a screenshot: Direct link
Imgur crops the quality a little, so you can’t see the pattern well…
What do you think? What should be improved?
There is total 13 HTML pages now. The template uses Twitter Bootstrap and is fully responsive. Also custom file inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons etc.
DataTables, Flot, FullCalendar, and other basic jQuery plugins are included. Also, there is animations everywhere and that kind of stuff (eyecandy).
I won’t post a link to the HTML preview yet, but will do if I get rejected, this is just a quick review if there is something missing in the general UI.
IMO it still needs something, but I just can’t imagine what…
Thanks for suggestions in advance!
According to Opera Dragonfly, it’s the #header element, starting from line 99 in the css file.
I started creating a nice responsive admin template few days ago. After I had finished the header and sidebar sections, I realized I need some kind of grid system.
I took a look at Twitter Bootstrap, which seemed to fit my needs very well. I also noticed that ThemeForest now has the option “compatible with Bootstrap”.
What are the requirements for the template to be “compatible” with Bootstrap. Is including CSS / JS enough, or do I need to use the navbar from Bootstrap (for example)?
Thanks in advance for all replies!