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Today’s freebie is a simple little modal window, perfect perhaps for small confirmation messages as seen in the preview. And no, there is no excuse for ever using Comic Sans.
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Never! You’re totally right about that! Nice freebie again!
Too funny, looks great too Orman
Your not already using Comic Sans as your default system font? Great freebie and humor Orman!
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I click on the green button, but nothing happens? Please, help me.
^Is this guy for real?
It’s a PSD my friend, not a web working version.
Haha, I was just kidding.
Another great resource. Thanks Orman!
Love your work!
Nice …. I realy like this.
A modal dialog window is the Comic Sans of interaction design. Are you insane?
Verry funny Orman :P
Nice freebie trough!
This is gorgeous
Just had to follow this one and read the comments. Laughed out loud with Comic Sans! Still laughing
Papyrus is a valid alternative? =P I hope not…it’s about on par with Comic Sans =)
Perhaps the Green button should be the one saying “Yes- I’m Insane”
Just yesterday I had a client ask me to redo their logo using Comic Sans. No joke.
Please tell me it was a lemonade stand.
I’m new to design but I was hoping someone could share a tutorial, or something, on how I can take this PSD and use that to create HTML (DIV, etc.) and CSS code that I can use in my web application.
Is that possible?
eek! http://comicsanscriminal.com great work!
Nice, thanks. I hate Comic Sans, but some people with dyslexia find it easier to read on screen text when it is formatted with Comic Sans :p
You can download this dialog box in HTML/CSS/JS here:
Nice one – this was just what I was looking for :-)
Coded too, but I think it’s some better ’cause it has the transitions and these things here… http://designchomp.com/2011/11/21/popup-modal-window/
Your work is amazing and provides some excellent inspiration! I’ll follow you on twitter and also tell everyone about you.
Nice and thanks
I gave this a shot too. Practicing my CSS3 buttons and things.