Design explorations for the upcoming iOS 7 update of the HR application I've been working on. Feedback is welcome.
Credit to @Creativedash for menu inspiration and @Vitaly Medvedev for the iPhone render.
4 months ago
That looks awesome. great balance.
Love the cleanness of this interface, nice use of typeface and white spaces as well. Wonderful work doll.
@Alla Kholmatova ...enjoy it, i'm really pleasured ))
@Alla Kholmatova love it Alla!
Looks great. Very clean and easy to digest. Well done!
Not design related: The dashboard. The "absence requests" section confused me initially because I expected them to be Michelle's requests, not her direct reports'.
Wonder if there's any value in having these be 2 separate screens? One for adding/viewing your requests, and another devoted entirely to your directs'.
@Aly Fayollat thanks for taking such a close look Aly, and for your feedback. The screen shown on the mock up is a line manager's dashboard. Line managers can receive absence and other approval requests from their subordinates. At the same time managers, like other employees in the company, can also request absences themselves.
However, you are right in the sense that if it was a non-manager's dashboard the Absence Requests section would not be present.
Shout out to Jennifer Wrigley
@Jackie Saik hope you don't mind your stage name ;) Btw, thanks for such a nice photo!
@Alla Kholmatova awesome work! did you use any plugin for generating the specs? (something like www.specctr.com) they look great!
@Jaime de Ascanio thanks, I do the specs manually, although this tool looks really good, I might give it a try. Do you use it?
@Alla Kholmatova yeah, I use all the time for mobile specs, since I started using it the mobile developers are so happy and they can do a pixel perfect implementation. And it saves you a lot of time
@Jaime de Ascanio will definitely try it out then, thank you for sharing!
@Alla Kholmatova Haha not at all!! Flattered you used my picture!
Nice work. Well done
3 months ago
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