This one is a bit late because I forgot I had a copy of it. The brick texture had to be so strong for the final print to look correct. We ran a few proofs of this with the texture more subtle and they weren't acceptable.
In the middle of designing/building a real marketing site for fulcrum app. Fulcrum is described as "A cloud-based data collection tool for smart devices." The site is being built with jekyll and deployed on github pages. This workflow allows for easy version control and a great level of flexibility over more traditional CMSs
I made a pricing table to use inside of an app that we're building, where I work. We needed a way to show annual prices, as well as a way to let a user preview the cost for multiple users. I came up with this quick idea to handle these concerns. inside the app we're going with a "click the panel to select the plan" interaction. Here is a screenshot of a "selected" plan in the app. constructive feedback welcome.
This is the revamped version of my restaurant menu app concept. The original can be seen here. It was inspired by this post about Natural User interfaces, and making the content the UI. I went with more of the brown tones to and brought out the wood texture a bit more. What do you think of this version? Just playing around with some concept UI design.