I was lucky enough to help the talented Karma team with their iOS app.
I think it was a natural move for Karma to move some functionality to a mobile device, and I'm glad I helped this idea move forward. Go check out the app yourself.
6 months ago
I'm really liking Din. Great job @Kerem!
That hole app feeling and color theme is great! :)
I was always a fan of their website, you've done a great job to keep things consistent, well done.
Nice man Im digging it :)
Love the font choice. Is that EF DIN Mittel?
Great work. Looks awesome. I agree with Daryl and Lubos, good consistency throughout.
Looks like Din, hopefully it is considering I think the karma website uses Din.
You are my favorite after god :)
Oh, that was you!? Nice work, dude. Great job.
I knew you were the perfect candidate for this job!
Do you think the light grey type (on the left) might be a bit too light?
Karma Wi Fi website is absolutely brilliant! https://yourkarma.com
Don't you know who designed it?
This is beautiful.
@Denis Cojemeachin it was @Michiel de Graaf.
Very clean and good use of white-space. The color's as always very good.
Looks great! Only suggestion is the stroke around the avatar. Seems like it would look better without it because of the lack of contrast.
Daym, so good.
Beautiful work Kerem! I am very happy to see they didn't blindly follow Apple's flat look, but rather kept their own personality. Excellent job on following and keeping brand consistency in Karma app.
To everyone else out there: Apps don't have to look like they're part of OS!
Next time our latest and greatest: FF Mark (www.ffmark.com). ;) But I really like DIN, too. And it’s looking great on their website and in the app.
5 months ago
Thanks everyone, appreciate all the love and noted every single feedback as well.
@Eddie Lobanovskiy thanks man, really appreciate it. With that said, I designed the app way before iOS7 beta was even out. So I actually had to change some of the original designs later. For example the current signal strength circles on iOS7, I used that originally for the Karma app to differentiate from the iOS6 signal strength, then we got the iOS 7 circles and I had to go another route. It was annoying :) As far as following the trends, as I always say, trends are great, but they come and go quick. Your taste, however, is something that is consistent and can only improve with time.
@Michiel de Graaf and Karma team did an unbelievable job with the website. So it was easy for me to follow their brand guidelines and create something that fits. There is another piece that I can't wait to show, which is the product page. Hopefully I will share that after they push it live.
Couldn't agree more with you on trends Kerem. It might be a good way to experiment and/or learn things, but us as designers definitely need to focus more on how we see things with our own eyes. I guess I'm just a little disappointed at how so many people/companies are in such hurry, I can almost say "reskinning" their products to look as if it was part of an iOS... while completly forgetting the personality of the brand. I'm all for cool interactions, effects and other ux goodies iOS7 has brought to the table. Speaking of tables OpenTable app probably figured out how to utilize those the best! Either way man, we'll be soon looking back at all this stuff smiling as everything in design industry changes so fast nowadays.
Hehe funny how they stole your signal strength circles! ;)
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