A little preview of a few of the edit and settings screens. Make sure to check out the real pixels for a closer look. More updates to come stuff to come over the next few weeks. And if you haven't already go sign up for Clique!
Fifteen conferences later, we knew there had to be a better way to share contact information. Handing out business cards is a waste of time and most end up in the hotel trash can. Typing content into your phone is not only a pain in the butt, but has room for user error. Worse, if the card makes it home to your desk or the number is saved correctly, it only takes a few days for you to confuse yourself on who the heck Bill Kenney actually is. Enter Clique, where you can group contacts into categories, provide a brief description of who they are, or put a face to the name. All with real-time accuracy. All in one Clique.
**How Clique Works**
Clique allows for the easy sharing of contact information with other members, who can then manage contacts with groups, images, and/or descriptions to ensure that each contact is committed to memory. Plus, out-of-date contact information is a thing of the past thanks to cloud sync technology; Clique stays up-to-date regardless of relocation or a new job. Clique members can select preferred methods of contact - Twitter, email, or phone - and choose to share personal or professional info, or both.
**Who Clique is For**
Everyone who meets people.
**When Will Clique be Ready?**
We’re getting there. Head over to: myclique.is and sign up to the list to be notified of the launch date.
If you think Clique is as awesome as we do, feel free to spread the word on Twitter and follow us MyClique.is for updates on the project.
Created with the Focus Lab team
about 1 month ago
This is so promising @Charlie - can't wait :)
Thanks @Axel Herrmann looking forward to getting it out to you guys.
@Charlie Waite I just love it! really clean! Correct me if im wrong but the real pixels image attached is not really the reals pixel image right? the top of the buttons look blurry http://cl.ly/image/1W0d3y2Z2C0z
@Jaime de Ascanio you are correct - it would have been a really big image. It's 66% of the real pixels =)
Hmm, not sure about that arrow..
Ain't nobody fucking with your clique.
Clean, those buttons are looking a bit fuzzy though
@sam Thanks! it's not really a full res shot =)
I like it!
Last mockup is supposed to be a modal dialog, but there's a back AND save buttons at the top. Strange. What happens if you press save? You "save a dialog"?
Why not go with a regular pop-up for dialog?
There's an established common perception of a dialog buttons: Ok/Yes answer on the right, No/Cancel on the left. Here, that is replaced by buttons that are in vertical column, which can be a bit disorienting.
This is a really great idea and I hope it becomes the new standard. Great work as always @Charlie Waite!
I'd just like to register a concern about the fuzziness of the buttons.
All the best,
@Jaime de Ascanio @Samuel Thibault @Ryan Harrison actual real pixels are attached. Quit yealling at me for fuzzy buttons =)
That @Anthony Lagoon shows up everywhere. :)
Man, that's clean looking.
This looks fan freakin'-tastic! Interesting scroll-view on that middle screen.
@Charlie Waite TROLOLOLOLO
@Charlie Waite Awesome!!! The cancel and delete account buttons have not the same width, is that on purpose? Well actually the have the same width but adding the outer border they don't
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