Rotational Decider Placards

Here are new and improved placards for the rotational decider.

Seeking Advice: Tells if you should or should not do something.

Yes and No: Answers the question.

Numeric Solutions 1-50. For random number generation.

Instant Destination: Gives you a unique unexpected place to go, based on your current location.

Blank: allows the user to create their own custom placard.

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3 Responses to “Rotational Decider Placards”

  1. I like the second one a lot. The others feel somewhat plain and lack any contrast. I think the presence of a shape or figure in the second is making it more striking, but it also has a feeling of balance that the others don’t possess. I think you should try adding some thicker lines or blocks of text to fill in some of the empty space and provide some contrasting to the similar-sized lines.

    Also, the way the text runs out from center on some and breaks the circle around it, is very odd to me, I can’t tell if I like it or not. It kind of looks purposeful but it also feels very strange and last minute.

  2. I think these are looking good. I might agree with grant that they need some kind of line contrast, but I think this mono-thickness thing might work too. I think seeing these when they’re actually on the machine will make a big difference.

    The instant destination thing reminds me of brian eno’s “oblique strategies” box, which PBS recently told me about/lent me (I could probably hand it off to you for a while) Funny thing is, you could probably put Decision Laboratory on it without changing a thing, and it would work perfectly: http://www.kk.org/cooltools/archives/oblique_box.gif

  3. Hey, I think your blog might be having browser compatibility issues.
    When I look at your blog in Opera, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer,
    it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads
    up! Other then that, great blog!

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