Alright, some serious changes to the interface.
I removed the horisontal swiping for each album. Its now a list of albums, each with a stack of pictures and some details. Tapping on the stack reveals a list of pictures underneath and a quick button to add a new picture to that album. Tapping somewhere not on the stack opens a new view with all the album pictures.
almost 2 years ago
Elegant and sexy.
The style of the "edit" and "new" button i don't like so much.
Looks pretty clean, have you tried adding a little more dark green to the camera icon?
This is looking fan-dabby-dosey!
@ Andrea Thank you. I agree, those were bothering me too.
@Jari Thanks, will try that.
@James Thanks dude, have a blast in the USA.
Or something like this: http://www.cl.ly/3w472H300T0H2f231W3c
General: Love it.
1. Photo-button isn't uniform with the photos next to it. Might want to change that, might want to call it a design decision, needs some better highlighting if you keep it that way.
2. Maybe a bit less room to the dashed line? Seems uneven in regards to the spacing above it.
3. Buttons in the Title Bar definitely need some kind of pocket to lay in. Right now they're just floating on top.
Random: Maybe give the non-bold lines of text a little lighter text color, or the "time"-line a smaller font and a lighter color, so it looks a bit more refined.
Random 2: I'm interested in how the badge would be have with the "new" number of photos in it, if there are no, 1 or 2 photos in the set yet.
Hope it helps, great work :)
Love those buttons on the top bar man.
I hope I can see this interface in action soon..
Holy sweet potato cannon, looking nice & sexy mate.
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