After the small break with Mochila Mail, and a lot of rethinking our team has grown to three people. We're aiming for a release in Q3 therefor we've updated the design to work with iOS7.
6 months ago
Still awesome, even if I don't like iOS 7's UI much.
@OthMane Machrouh Regardless of how much we complain, it's going to happen. And my new belief is that a designer should make apps feel native.
I would reduce the size of the orange element..
Not enough pink gradients to be properly iOS 7, sorry. :/
I really like seeing these new iOS7 designs coming up, it's a fresh new start.
Some dope pixels dude!
Nice work! I would remove the menu text tho and leave it with arrow icon or use something else like the more common "3 lines"
I would probably change the radius of your thumbnails pictures (or even switch them to a circular shape).
Good work as usual
Simple and clean; suiting the iOS7 awesomely in a good way ;)
@Victor Erixon Nice, but I preferred the first versions better. The circular icons don't seem to match very well with this layout.
You make me so proud.
Looks great Victor. Can't wait to use the app!
It looks good. It works with the new UI. I just hope Apple tweaks their native apps to be less offensive on the eyes.
too cool to let die
Are you just basing the UI on elements you've seen from the iOS7 renders or is this actually got some proprietary branding behind it? The look and feel of the UI has changed quite a bit since you first started working on Mochilla.
Why do you believe an app should feel native? Does that not degrade the idea of an app having a particular flavor or identity? We still need uniqueness and variety. Of course there are native-specific "rules" (button placement, menu styles, etc) but from a look and feel basis, I think it's rather boring and easy to simply hop on board and make your app look as if Apple designed it.
Perhaps a bigger question is, should apps be consistent across platforms and how much do you let native dictate your design.
Looks great, what font it is?
Personally, I'd choose another font and try some various weights and sizes. The futura doesn't bode well and I think it could get quite straining.
@Anthony Lane Basically the thing that was taken from the native app (which I'm currently using on my phone) was the bigger icons and the new menu. So I don't really see this as a big major change. The old buttons doesn't work on new iOS7, we tried and it looked horrible with that new statusbar.
@j The hunt for a good font takes a long time, if you know any good sans serif fonts I'm very well up for it. Don't want to be the guy who uses Proxima Nova, like most people, anymore.
Looks way better than iOS7 itself. Apple could learn lots of stuff from you.
@Alfred Xing thanks :)
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