Continued progress on the CareTribe app.
We're making the user profile personal and useful.
We'll be showing a lot more of this app very soon.
11 months ago
Can't stop looking at the thumbnail! Looks great tho.
Looks really good, especially the top half. A good rule when designing for iPhone is to avoid font sizes smaller than the clock. Many elements in this would be difficult to read.
10 months ago
Digging this fellas. What font is that?
I agree with @Steve Grenier about the font sizes. For the most part, that navigation is pretty off to me. Multiple widths, super small font, and its hard to tell if that is the primary nav in the app because there is also a back button directly above this nav.
You might also consider combining Notifications and Inbox in to one place. They are very similar. I think that putting friend requests in the navigation is strange also, I am sure you can find a way to put those friend requests in the notifications or inbox area of the app. Friend requests are rarely a primary functionality for an app.
Otherwise, this is a good start.
@Andrew Lucas Thanks for the love!
@Steve Grenier Appreciate the feedback! We noticed that same problem when we posted this shot! Glad you caught it.
@Phil Coffman Thanks, man! The typeface we're using here called Benton Sans!
@Tyler Howarth We really appreciate this type of feedback on our work! The primary nav exists outside of this specific page. Profile (which is your avatar at the top) is one of them.
The back button you see will take you to the main page which is where your Health Stream and Health Graphs will live (We'll show these screens soon!)
In regards to the comment about combining "Notifications" and the "Inbox" We think that those two are completely on a different scale of importance. Notifications will display the activity people are having with what ever you're posting in your health stream. For example, if multiple people liked a photo in your health stream, you'll receive that notification. The inbox will allow the user to create a new message. We felt that having this as it's own screen will help break up any visual clutter.
For this health tracking application, the Tribe Request (Friend) is very important. Depending on how the user would use this application, we thought that a good use case that allowing people into your Tribe would be selective. Unlike a lot of the social media apps out there, this one really focuses on the people in your Tribe. You're going to be sharing some things to the members of your tribe (e.g, Care givers, Patients, etc) that the people you've accepted as friends on Facebook would ever get to see.
Great work! Look forward to seeing more.
Nice work but need to put large images because we can't ready anythings properly.
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