I am pleased to let you know I have uploaded my short Instagram restyle project on Behance! you can find it
In this shot I have adapted all the elements to give it an iOS7 feel.
See attached for larger image of this shot!
6 months ago
This is cool man, well done.
@Kyle Adams @Estie Carrillo thank you!
Great job, Ben!
great work. loved your use of translucency.
Looks great! Well done.
@Brian Delaney @David Rappaport @Onur Oral thanks very much guys glad you like it!
cool... well done
Super clean! Really like the subtle gradient on the landing page as well as the transparency on the footer bar.
thanks @Justin Graham ! I've been checking out your iOS 7 in app commenting idea and love it it looks prime!!
Great stuff! I think you can increase the opacity on the bars some more but otherwise it looks awesome :)
Yo Ben, you're killin it man. Solid stuff
Even though it's a decent attempt to apply the iOS 7 style to Instagram, I see a number of things that don't work.
To start with, navigational elements feel weak in my opinion. Color contrast and line weights are getting lost in your overly opaque bars.
I see that you killed the margins between images on the grid, which is making the gallery feel super crunched and busy, I think thumbnails need breathing space.
I like the idea of "leave a comment" button being almost full-width, but I think you still would want to surface the like button for new users who are not aware of the double-tap liking paradigm.
I also think the full-size images need breathing room on the edges.
Hope this helps.
Pay attention to that feedback from @Kerem Suer. That's good stuff.
It's definitely a good start. It's presented well, and I love seeing the thoughts behind a design, more than just an image.
Also, you should capitalize the first word of each sentence! ;)
Love it, looks great!
I think without icon (only logo) on Splash screen may be perfecto :)
@Kerem Suer lots of help thank you, everything you mentioned makes a lot of sense. Soon as I get some spare time I get I will make the changes to the design. Thanks again for taking the time to help me out I really appreciate it!
All the best
@Alex thank you for letting me know what you think I find it very useful. I will be making changes to the design soon and you are definitely right Kerem has some awesome advice. Many thanks
@Kreativa Studio big thanks it means alot, I am a big fan of your work
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