Roland Hidvegi

Product Designer Joined almost 7 years ago

  • 14 stories
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  • 6 upvotes
  • Posted to 17 years of product & visual design by Roland Hidvegi, Sep 13, 2021

    Vanilla JS, HTML5 and a little TREE.JS

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  • Posted to Show DN: Big Sur UI & Retro Wave feeling combined for OpenEmu, Jul 21, 2020

    What is your opinion?

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  • Posted to Windows OS Redesign — What do you think?, Feb 29, 2020

    I would like to work on this operating system. Maybe I would switch back to Windows. What about you?

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  • Posted to Polar Redesign, in reply to Gary Grandi , Feb 08, 2019

    I see what you mean, but honestly, that is not static. That gradient is full of spirit. These colour combination and the circle symbolize the flow of the motion.

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  • Posted to Polar Redesign, in reply to Andy Merskin , Feb 04, 2019

    Thanks for your feedback Andy!

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  • Posted to Polar Redesign, in reply to Andy Merskin , Feb 04, 2019

    Thank Andy! In my opinion, if I use oblique wordmark there would be two different dynamic elements in the logo. I tried to create a bit contrast using static wordmark combined with the gradient O symbol. I think if I use a separate label plus symbol combination the oblique typeface could fit.

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  • Posted to Gmail Redesign by Roland Hidvegi, Apr 25, 2018

    What do you guys think?

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  • Posted to What do you think about Tresorit's new Identity?, Dec 02, 2017

    I would like to hear your opinion about the visual update. In this project we tried to unify all our interfaces to provide the users a seamless visual experience.

    Instead of using an offline key visuals what are disconnected from everything, our goal was to built a new identity that can live together with the product, focusing and supporting the primary layer that users see and use.

    In my opinion the responsibility of a digital identity is to add a personality and elevate a product, not overrun it. What do you think?

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  • Posted to The New Dropbox, in reply to Kris Jones , Oct 05, 2017

    I think there is a wrapper with contains the logos with absolute position using z-index as well. Each logo has an own container with a defined height. On scroll at a specific position different logo containers opens and closes. Without looking the source.

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