Some further insight into Cast app.
Hope you guys like and please remember to check @2x for details.
Look forward to hearing your feedback!
5 months ago
Thanks @Steven Heisenberg I think its really starting to come together now....still lots more work to do though :)
You are welcome.
Yes, of course :)
This is looking really nice man, good stuff. Only thing I'd mention is maybe giving those bars a little more breathing space, looks a little cramped at the moment.
So much progress since the previous post. I'm loving the direction you're going! Looking forward to seeing more.
WOW it looks amazing!
Thanks @Chris Bannister appreciate the feedback. I have to agree with you there really needs some consideration once I get hold of the data. Need to compensate for some pretty extreme conditions. Are you referring to all spacing of the bars or is it more horizontal or vertical? The bars have an opacity which should allow them to if needed to rise above the tide line.
Haha! Thanks @Chelsea Figlan I spent the day thinking about how to get the data visualised and accessed easily then hit it hard for a couple of hours last night.
Thanks @Andrew Korytsev means a lot :)
Thanks @Gustavo Girard
Strong ui Jamie, love the dark theme
Thanks @Steve Fraschini appreciate that. This is actually a lighter version than the original but fairly happy with the tone of it now :)
This app is right up my ally. Looking good.
@Jamie Heuze this is nicely done. love the masked graph idea.
Thanks so much guys @Daniel Klopper , @Matt Vergotis @Zaib Ali !
I have had some really nice feedback from this, very encouraging :)
Will be posting more info soon so keep an eye out!
Looks amazing! can't wait to use it, seems way better then Surfline. @Jamie Heuze when are you planning to launch this?
Hey @Michael Abehsera thanks a lot! Yeah i find what apps are currently available have lost focus on what reporting should be. The aim is to solve this and just connect the user with the ocean.
We have no solid release date as yet. This shot was about testing the water (excuse the pun). I knew it was needed between my close contacts but this has now proven that the need is greater than we first thought. Soon there will be a mini site put together where everyone will be able to get more info :)
3 months ago
Thanks @Andrey S. Rodrigues ☝
My only feedback is to launch it yesterday!
2 months ago
about 1 month ago
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