This is the mobile view when looking through your list of patients. A fair amount has been stripped back compared to it's desktop counterpart. Check out the attachment for a wee bit more.
Torn with contrast, think some elements could be too light still. The names don't match the avatars as I got them from http://uifaces.com/
6 months ago
@Tim Parker is that good or bad?
Awesome work man!
@Andrew Lucas Was just an observation that Gob is featured as one of the avatars, which is fantastic! Haha, the UI is as well, and as always! Feels like it has just the right amount of shine / simplicity!
The A and B in the alphabetical dividers look clickable/tappable. Do they do anything? I assume the + lets me add a new patient. Is there any reason the user might want to sort by any other option (such as recency of last interaction/visit perhaps)? Will tapping on the patient's row call them or go to more information?
Overall, I like it - it's simple and effective.
thanks for your comment @Ste Grainer the A and B aren't supposed to be tappable, they're just titles for each section, I'll maybe look at making them look less clickable. Yeah the plus icon adds a patient, clicking the number would call, anywhere else would go through to the patient's profile. The user may want to sort the list with a few different options, although we're trying to keep the mobile (at least for now) as simple as possible, sticking to primary functionality... finding patients, calling them.
One thing we'll probably add in the future, is an alphabet list on the right hand side, so you can easily scroll through the list by surname. Thanks again for your detailed comments.
Pretty slick man, the white space to the right looks a bit empty thought. It feels unbalanced.
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