Working on the landing page for the baby tracking app we're getting ready to release for iOS 7. If you or somebody you know has a newborn and an iPhone, and would like to help us test the app, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
4 months ago
Really enjoy the type treatment on the logo, nice work sir.
Lol, clever name!
Love this. I found a serious lack of well designed apps that do this when my first child was born. I've emailed!
So excited about this. It's definitely needed. Nice work
So awesome. But am I crazy or on par when I think of innies and outties?
Lovely use of Omnes. Looks perfect.
@Wilson Miner Icon turned out pretty good. Have you tried it without the strings for the sake of simplifying the graphic?
wicked. wish we had this 2 years ago when we had our lilone...
@Kerem Suer Yup. :)
This is super interesting to me. I don't have a newborn but my friend does and I've watched her grow very rapidly over about 4 months. I see her toys and baby products and even though I don't have a baby of my own I can tell you that most of that stuff is designed very poorly. Where did this project come from? Is it a personal project? What's the story?
@Chris Hendrixson A few of us who are working on it had babies recently, and had similar frustrating experiences with the products that are out there. When we had a chance to build something new, we decided to try to build the product we wanted to use.
This looks really great and the app design is gorgeous. How about removing the app icon since you have a better version of the graphic near it?
@Dustin Tanner That's a good suggestion, I agree it's a little redundant with the repeated visual elements. I tried both versions, and in the end I felt like the logo felt more substantial with the icon there, and it helps with recognizability if people try to search for it later in the app store.
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