I've been posting to the Element Dribbble account primarily the past several months, but wanted to highlight the work I did specifically. This is a screen from a Universal iOS app we did for Bloomfire. This screen shows one of my favorite elements we conceived for them: a fly-out pane which shows stats on posts and questions. The tab stays anchored on the right-side of the screen as you scroll through the content and once opened, gives you data surrounding that individual entry.
8 months ago
Really nice! I always love to see designs that work without using iOS conventions. Only thing I'm not sure about is the blue bar over the header, but I guess that fits with the brand?
@Jack Bingham Yep, the blue bar ties into the brand, though it's evolved since I first designed this.
love the way u explore core iOS feel!
Lookin' crispy @Phil Coffman !
FF Din :)
Clean work. Love it. And I disagree with Jack. I think the blue bar at the top makes it different in a good way.
The iPad version looks good, but on the iPhone the box take a little bit too much space for me. Second, I would make the same as the size of the avatar box just for have all in order. The palette is nice and the work too Phil.
Right on, Phil.
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