Hello, this is my first try of a concept. Do share and tell your thoughts on this. I have enabled Critiques so you can write in detail about this deviation and FEEL LIKE A SIR. Also do comment about your thoughts on Windows Blue
Guys, I am 13 years old and have developed amazzing software by myself and my team! I need your appreciation and help - It really matters.
My critique is mostly going to be about the text (there is not a lot more to criticize about this), but I hope it helps anyway.
First of all: Why is the d in loved blue? I can't seem to find a good reason for it, it seems pretty random. It's also a different blue than the blue of the logo, which is something you should try to avoid (You can use different blues, but these are just too alike).
Next off: You should use proper capitalization. We have spent.. We liked it... It just looks a lot neater.
Also, I'd add "We" to the last sentence, because it's unclear who's saying that. It kind of looks like a single person is saying this, which is another thing you want to avoid, because a team worked on this. Oh, and change the "much" for "a lot of"; much time might be grammatically correct (i'm not entirely sure), but "a lot of" just looks and sounds a bit better.
By the way, assuming that people do not read the terms and conditions (however true) is not something you should do; Both because there's actually people who do read them, and because, as a company, you have to make sure people agree with reading these, as it's obliged for using the program.
It also looks like the "I agree blah blah" and the "next" aren't equally spaced from the sides of the windows.
Love the idea of taking the hate and turning it into something positive. Though it wont change anything
Most corporate companies will require their name to be used as a noun with uppercase. Also I would start the sentences with a upper case too. "We, Internet Explorer, Hope"
Not sure if English is your first language but "we have spent much time" doesn't sound proper. Try to use bigger words or a different way of saying it. "We have spent a great deal of time, We have spent a lot of time" Would be a different way of saying it.
Another thing is try to look at your alignment, the space between the left side and the check box should be equal to the pixel as the right side of next box and the ride side. Try to align the next button text to the button better. It's sitting to the right; the same goes with the whole design. The T the the left and the e to the right needs the same spacing. Also the spacing from the top of the logo to the top of the page needs to be the same as the spacing between the next button and the bottom of the page or whole thing could be pulled up a bit so the top spacing is equal to the spacing between it and the button part (terms, and next button)
I would recommend making the whole next button solid blue like the E. You want the user to click next and make them move forward so it being more prominent will help.
Well it's minimalistic thats for sure. The space saving concept of your design is nice but it really does look just like Windows Vista & 7 and also like 8 in classic mode minus the start menu button. Try to aim for Microsoft Windows standard functionality in your design, afterall, looks really are one of the least important things for a good operating system. Good job though. Keep it up.