Here's my first try to the iOS7 style, feedback is much appreciated
7 months ago
Here's some feedback that's pretty worthless: Overall it looks well designed, but it just kinda feels like it lacks a little personality, can't pinpoint why that is though.
@Yummygum I think the lack of personality is the iOS 7 design approach as a whole though, all apps on here are now looking the same which is a shame.
How it's look when price is 888$ ? :)
@Sean Geraghty That's one way to look at it, I tried to follow their guidelines and look at what the pros do. My second or third attempt of this first design was a little less basic but seemed to look outdated to me.. // @Yummygum
@Visualia ⚒ I doubt that you want to charge more than a hundred dollars per evening to a peer but sure (imagening that this is a real thing), the font would be slightly smaller if they would
Actually like that one @Davey Heuser ! @Sean Geraghty Think I agree with you. Us designers shouldn't be afraid to give iOS7 some more soul
Nice to see it finally on dribbble, man! Stil liking this a lot, but I already told you so. :)
Glad you Dribbbled this shot mate, really like the direction, sure i agree it's very samey, but thats what happens when you follow rules and guidelines. You need to go off the beaten path ignore some of the rules if you truly want originality. But I love this how it is already.
@Sean Geraghty Completely disagree. I think iOS7 is a great base for us as designers to push the limits and do something more unique. Too many designers right now are falling into the trap of trying to make their apps look exactly like iOS7 and Apple's apps but instead should look at what they can start building on. If we look back at older iOS and the apps that are out for it they are so much different from Apple's native apps and look, they're more diverse and have way more character. It's tempting to use the iOS7 base because it's new to us but we need to push past that temptation and try something new and fresh.
@Jon Rundle yeah you could say that but then again Google has had great design guidelines for a while which allows users to be as flexible as they want whilst maintaining a great UX through the swiping movement.
6 months ago
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