Search results screen for the new Auto Mail.Ru iPhone application available in the AppStore now — https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kupit-avto-novosti-avto-prodaza/id635290868. It was made more than a year ago.
See full length version for more details — http://dribbble.com/shots/1157222-63-Auto-Iphoneapp-Carlist/attachments/150049. And another variation of it — http://dribbble.com/shots/1157222-63-Auto-Iphoneapp-Carlist/attachments/150050.
Designer: Paul Proshin (http://dribbble.com/theppd), outsourced,
Kostya Zubanov (http://dribbble.com/ZubanovK).
UI concept & prototype: Gevorg Glechyan (http://dribbble.com/escapedslippers).
5 months ago
those numbers on the right side really merge with the main text...
and again where are the colors? :)
If you don't mind, I'll allow myself to make some comments/suggestions (subjective, of course):
1. Top icons (filter and eye (what is it for btw?)) appear too close to each other for fast and comfort tapping.
2. This "specify" bar is opened filter or tip or fixed additional filter?
3. This first item slided to right - it looks really strange! Because of this numbers (right column), messing all layout, because of this hard black icons, because of this particular realization.
4. Almost fully dark color scheme provide less emotion. It has a contrast, it is usable, but just barely comfortable.
About the second screen:
1. Don't you think, it could be better to differentiate titles and data? It could ease overall perception and fast scanning.
2. Right arrows could be differentiated too since they're not the part of data table - they're more the part of the header. So they could be grey as well (or yellow for more contrast).
3. "New"/"Used" labels - great idea, but then the car is used - I need to know the certain mileage - it's very important! So, maybe it could be more informative to just add a "mileage" position on the list instead of this labels...
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