It's time to show some iOS finally,
my pleasure to introduce timer app I'm currently finishing and will be available soon in App Store, so stay tuned, to get her,
my basic idea was to achieve flat look, app is full of lot nice colors, just this screen is little muted because user needs to focus on creating new timer :)
I'd appreciate all comments and hints that help me perfect it :) but I'm not able to change whole layout, client already approved this one :D
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5 months ago
Killed it :)
Looks slick, did you design the iPhone template?
@Pete Avey it's mockup I've found here on dribbble :)
Flat and clean!
I like the different colored dots on each of the sliders.
Very clean..good work
I don't care what anyone says about flat design. Flat is where it's at.
Cool. Like the switches.
Perfect. Ship it. Oh yeah there is still that annoying development thing. :)
Don't really get hierarchy or why things the way they are here. What does gradual increase in brightness of the table rows try to say? Why "Repeat.." darker than "Play.." above? Why is volume put between these and is much darker?
@Anton Kudin to clarify it, first part of settings are major, that user just need to set them, those other two are minor, so user can set them, it's going from dark to bright just because whole layout of app is that way, those last two are darker because of that minor task of their being there.
Love the colours, good work.
You killed it, man.
Simple & functional :)
Nice one, love the colours!
Very nice, man! Probably a new reference to my next apps.
nice & simple!
3 months ago
by Charlie Isslander
Preparing something for portfolio, still considering to use real iPhone mockup.
3 months ago
gorgeous tonal shifts! elegant. luv it.
about 1 month ago
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