Just for fun. Still really hoping that the visual pendulum between iOS 6 & 7 will swing back in the other direction just a tad... :)
In any event, great work adapting this UI @Christain Billings
2 months ago
I think shadowing is incorporated really well.
Well, I think these two styles fit well.
Looks nice, but maybe in terms to make it more simple get rid of the textures? Since i guess you dont have any other skeuro stuff in the app? :)
This is awesome. Really nice colour palette in use there. I think this would belong in iOS7 without any issues
Love the colors, love the simplicity, love the perfectly applied shadows, dig it. This is exactly what I hope iOS will evolve into.
The only thing I would have maybe looked into is giving slightly more visual weight to the bottom section.
Holy cow, we've been working on something super similar for iOS7 (colors & wooden texture). Cool to see we were thinking along the same paths about integrating textures from an iOS6 app into an iOS7 app :D
Looks all good. love the colors.
But in iOS7 is it possible to set an image as bg for status bar too?
Nice to see some depth again! Good work!
Page's title in the title bar should be more distinguished from buttons. That's the problem with ios7 apps in general, of course. Maybe bigger font or bold?
@Bill Labus Whoa! Looks great!! I love the wood and how your buttons are more rounded than mine. Great work!
@Anton Kudin Agree, but I think it's the "buttons" that should be distinguished from the title & statusbar. Give them another color or opacity.
Great flat-skeuomorphism! Apple must have this style.
And to comment on the shot itself; I tried something similar while iterating the Veggie Meals design for iOS 7 and eventually ended up scrapping the litteral wooden background we had behind our grid of photos. It's still present in the icon, but in the end we felt it was too litteral for the app itself.
I think iOS 7 doesn't dictate that you cannot do texture, as both Notes & Reminders has them, as well as letterpressed text. And the blurred navbars & Notification/Control center to me look like frosted glass, a new level of skeuomorphism.
Some comes down to fitting in; text shadows and etching are basically gone from iOS, and using them in your app tends to look old. Text shadows may be needed at times, but it should be subtle. We chose to adjust the photos behind the text instead.
So I think it's still possible to do, and this is a good example in terms of the level of restraint you should exercise if you choose to do it. I'm glad iOS 7 doesn't put a too much of a constraint on actual execution, like Windows Phone does.
(BTW, you cannot control the opacity of the statusbar, it's either 100% black or white AFAIK)
This is spot on!
You nailed it! Apple should've gone with a mix between iOS6 and 7, at least that's what i expected.
Do whatever is appropriate for your app, that's what I say!
I kind of would like to know more about what this is about or what I can do on this screen. I'm interested
It's perfect. Still a fan of the Skeu :)
Gotta admit it looks pretty neat. The skeumorphism doesn't look out of place.
Oh, that wood texture damn i miss this :)
Love the bringing texture to iOS 7
by Christain Billings
Wanted to post another iteration of Grades 3 for iOS 7. @Bill Labus did an amazing job on his rebound, so I wanted to rebound his :)
I really love the way we are bringing textures over to iOS 7 and I think this works really well.
about 1 month ago
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