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4 months ago
Totally backing this!
can't agree more.
I'm fine with designers adding a little 'perspective' to their work for artistic touch as long as they link a straight-on screenshot along with their shot.
Still! I do agree with you to a sense. And nice illustrations. :)
Blurry edges on those icons, bro. What is this, amateur hour? :)
CAN NOT AGREE MORE
As said by @Nathaniel Hernandez, it's fine as long as they provide real pixels, which almost everyone does. Giving some perspective gives some perspective :P Seeing the app and design in another way than just flat is good IMO.
I feel so guilty :(
Or, you could stop telling people what to do. If you don't like it, don't look at it :)
If you want help on the design then I agree. But maybe they´re showcasing how they´re showcasing the design and want feedback on that. Like on a landing page for an app. Or a dream within a dream.
I do what I want.
Now make a series of these ;)
@Peter Bergström This is for when people want to share actual app design and get feedback on that design.
For anything else, of course, put it in a slanted phone, take a photo of the phone with your app on it, take a photo of the phone with a photo of the phone with an app on it. Whatever :) Designers love their phones, and cant get enough of them, I get it :)
@Seb Jachec Hm.. What else would you suggest? This is one of my pet peeves, don't really have any other :)
The 'perspective for real perspective' argument is ludicrously flawed.
NO ONE views their device from that angle. If you do, I really fear for your neck.
haha so true
by Michael Cavallo
4 months ago
Slanted makes me a cooler hipster!
+1 for this :)
Maybe the isometric angle is exaggerated, but I like to see the app in a certain perspective. It helps, sometimes, to visualize the design itself on a non-straight mockup. I agree with you on those weird angle cases, but I think it depends on the project and on the purpose of the dribbble shot.
The idea behind slanted shots is you're talking a photo of it being live and on an actual product. Take a photo directly over an iPhone/iPad/any monitor and you'll have killer screen distortion, so keeping it at a slant resolves that and fits more of the content in.
Over the years, templates came out that makes it easier to achieve this look and saves everyone some time. Bottom line, its for presentation and new perspective. Attached pixels are for critique.
@Amir Hadjihabib Yes, but that's a concept I needed to present, not an app design mockup. As I said earlier > this is for when people want to share actual app design and get feedback on that design.
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