Currently experimenting with a more tablet-friendly UI direction. My goal is to make our product easy to use on desktop and tablets. The user should be able to achieve the same actions in both seamlessly.
So to explain a bit, the left menu with the icons is the main one. Each tab goes to each main section of the app. When you select a tab, the submenu on the right appears with the title of the section and a sub navigation. The white part is the content of the screen based on what you selected on the left.
Also, what you see is 'dummy' content I added to avoid revealing too much.
I'm so frustrated with not being able to show a bigger picture, I've so many screens and UI elements to share. Can't wait for our product to be out!
Like always feel free to share your thoughts!
4 months ago
Can't wait to see the whole product! Looking great @Jonathan!
@Julia Khusainova Thanks, means a lot! Can't wait too!
@Vivek thanks man!
Oh this interface looks gorgeous!
Love this man!
so beautiful !
Looks really nice, the colours are great and the icons look very friendly :)
That looks really good @Jonathan!
Great stuff, Jonathan. Looking forward to see more.
You are the master of 'space'. Looking both useable and very elegant.
Like the concept and the overall aesthetics a lot!
Like it a lot. On thing that bother me is that the 'FILTERS' text is extremely hard to read and we're usually the last guys to say that about text-to-background contrast.
Really, really good.
It looks good so far @Jonathan
Diggin' the left navbar @Jonathan
Stylish. I love it a lot.
This is exceptional, awesome work!
great work, its lovely :)
Loving the simplicity in combination with drop shadows. Great job!
clean! my suggestion would be add more vertical spacing between the submenu so it's easier to touch.
Very nice work.
Absolute amazing and clean work. You are pro!
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