Well it was time for Kelvin Weather App to get her hair done. So we did. Available (really) soon.
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8 months ago
Attacking with a flat design? Nice! Way better I have to say! Keep the good work, man!
@Cesar Zeppini thanks man! Yeah it was flat before but a tad dirty. Needed a polish.
love it. Simple and clean :)
No time? :S Anyway it's looking great! Love it. I would just add the status bar.
@Eric Awesome work buddy, as usual. Great composition tought. Bravo !
yeah yeah... nice hairs!
Nice work man
@João Oliveira Simões time is there :p
Looks awesome. I'm digging the minimalistic approach and whitespace.
I'm guessing each color relates to a specific day (blue = saturday). An idea to think about is have the color relate to the temperature.
Red - 90+
Dark Orange - 80 +
Or you can get real fancy and normalize the temperature vs. color depending on city.
This method the user is essentially scanning and filtering via temperature on this screen.
I understand this may be difficult because you guys are probably just writing the data via API and not collecting. Also I understand this is a mockup. But something to think about.
I gotta say! very impressive ^^ . but with the "Kelvin" name I assume the degree should be more than 273 :3
@Bilal We offer the Kelvin Metric currently in the app. Its hidden. :)
Sexy! I would be tempted to reduce the type ever so slightly though so it sits more central. Other than that she's a beauty!
Clean and cute!
The degrees circle looks a little too big to me, but this is a really nice v2!
@Jack Bingham of course it does :)
@Eric Hoffman ain't a brother supposed to critique? :)
Whoot Santa Cruz!
@Eric Hoffman Daaaamn.
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