As some of you know, we finally launched our joint product effort with National Geographic, the city guides iPhone app. Here is a quick 15 second walk through for creating an itinerary. There are actually a couple ways to do it, but here is just one. I wanted to show this user flow for folks that either don't have an iPhone or don't want to pay for the full (premium) guides.
*Download the app*: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/city-guides-by-national-geographic/id592453480?ls=1&mt=8
Thanks for taking a peek.
7 months ago
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) I downloaded the app earlier. Gotta say some of the best design and interaction I've ever seen, awesome work.
@Mike Busby thank you! And thanks for the download as well :)
nice work :D
Smooth! What did you use for this animation? Lovely work!
@Chris Johnson thanks! I took a Quicktime screen capture of the Xcode simulator, then imported the .mov into photoshop. From there, I just saved it as a GIF
even the GIF is crazy good!!
Just downloaded the app. Awesome UI. Great work.
@Rally awesome app. interaction is just gorgeous. when is tokyo map coming out? : )
This app is a joy to use and really refreshing to see some new kinds of menu systems and drop downs. Great job.
This looks awesome - downloading the app now! :)
I will appreciate if you tell in which software you do this gorgeous interaction design.
@Rally Interactive (via Ben...
Just stop. Let the rest of the world catch up to your awesomeness. =p
This might be the best app I've ever seen...
Dang ... wish this was for Android ... :-/ ... good stuff!
This app is amazing!
HOLY GIF BATMAN! Nice work mate :)
What maps api are you using?
Slow down bro..
stop being so awesome.
Finally got around to downloading this app, you guys are ridiculous! Can you please let the rest of the world catch up?
But, I do wish Chicago was on the list of cities... is there a plan for expansion?
...slow down on them GIFs so we can enjoy plz :P
I wish it had more cities, I'm about to go to Amsterdam and this would've been perfect!
I guess I'll have to save it for NYC this summer. Brilliant work. I LOVE the visual presentation & the overall experience, I've needed something like this for years!
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