It has been a while since I shared an iPhone app design. Here is an early stage design for new app I can't tell much about yet.
I say Hello to iOS7 with this project! Here is primary post button idea. Having a thin-circle-cutout, so the background (map, photo, etc.) makes the button pop out.
Feedbacks are most welcome.
5 months ago
Cool idea, man. I'm starting to really like the iOS 7 header.
@Jack Bingham Thanks man. Yeah, I'm also liking more by the time : )
@Marcus Gellermark :)
nice Sir :)
@Oykun it does only work well with a background image, what if there is no? Don't think it's useable but nice idea though.
Cool! But what if you also cut out the +
@Daniel Adams In this particular app, there is always image or map in there.
@Joel Sinnott Thanks, better not to rely too much on background :)
@Oykun awesome opportunity then :)
That's a neat experimentation. I'd love to see it in action just to test the map panning out/scroll through the cut-out icon.
I wouldn't totally rely on the background. What if the background is white? Suddenly the "+" button is gone.
Love it !
The circle around the + button would be gone, but seeing that the 'back' button doesn't have a circle around it either, it's safe to say that users know what to do with it. Especially in this context, since it's in a navigation bar.
Shouldn't there be blurry behind the menu bar?
@Jon Øvrebø Dubielzyk doesnt have to be.
@Marvin People would certainly know what to do with it. I was talking if the "+" icon was also cut-out on top of a white background. Than there wouldn't be nothing there :)
You're absolutely right. Just woke up ;-)
I like the idea. Stick with it :)
I love this idea.
@Anthony Lagoon thanks mate! sure gonna do :)
I love it, is this develop wise possible?
@Davey Heuser yes, we discussed with dev. possible.
I'd make the circle black too.
I just finished designing an app where all text and icons are knocked out like this, it looks so freakin good! I'm sure it'll be awesome with a moving background like this map too.
I love the idea of sharing ideas like this that others can benefit from. Great stuff!
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter