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Previous one fits like a glove, still this one looks amazing!
Why not just have the line dividers all the way flush to the left? Really slick overall though.
looks good Jackie
@Bobby Novoa I think that he wants to go native iOS7 way :)
So your status bar is blue, when the menu is closed?
Or does it change to white?
@Paul Steinhilber the status bar is white, when you swipe to the side bar menu, the status bar will change with a nice animation.
@Jackie Tran @Paul Steinhilber Is that possible?
@Jose▵ yes,it is possible in iOS7
This looks sexy.
Finally an iOS 7 concept that doesn't contain thad hideous Helvetica Neue Light/Regular.
I'm feeling a rebound!
@Jackie Tran I assume the background is the background you would have on your iPhone? How will this look if you have a very light(white) background? How would your text sit on that?
Only asking because I'm struggling working out how apps will cope with this on iOS7.
Nice work currently working on the App what use exactly same concept :))
@Mikkel Aggerbo the current BG is fixed, it is not a blurred version of the BG that you have on your device. So it is not going to be changed.
I think adding a black solid color layer with 40% of opacity should fix your light BG problem.
@Jackie Tran going from white status bar to anything darker will cause the status bar font color to change from dark to light. Have you seen it in action yet?
Really nice work! Having the text for the status and location being the same throws me a little! I'd make the status stand out a little more than the location info. Awesome shot.
Look really nice. Like the balance between type and icon weights.
Have you explored having the "unread" indicator (I assume that's what the blue circle means) on the right? In the pulled out menu on the right it feels a little cramped
Nice work!! Magnifique
@Jackie Tran Thanks! I'm trying something very similar
Great menu concept. Which font do you use @Jackie Tran?
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