Another app remix I did based on "Lose It!" for fun.
over 2 years ago
I'd so totally buy that app on looks alone! Why is it that none of the calories tracking apps ever look good? Can you please convince them to hire you?! :)
If only all apps looked this good. From my experience the better an app looks, the more difficult it is to develop.
This looks really good Carl! What typeface are you using for the numbers? Thanks!
Thanks for the comments guys! @ Harald and Stephen my goal on the next app is to go more simple and elegant so I don't give the developers a heart attack. ;)
@Hampus the font used is Knockout, I believe the specific one was Knockout No. 67, Full Bantamweight from Hoefler & Frere-Jones
Thanks Carl! ^^
That looks pretty awesome :)
Love the depth you created in the app with the subtle cues. Very clean with a good tactile feel. Well done.
I've never been on a diet in my life, but suddenly I'm overcome by a strong desire to track calories. Beautiful.
How do I more than "like it"? It's absolutely perfect.
I agree with Shane, very nicely done!
Thanks again everyone. I really didn't expect this to get so much attention on dribbble but I'm stoked. I'm Looking forward to sharing more work with you in the near future. :)
Damn this looks good. Boom!
Looks really nice! Except for the wood background, that makes the whole thing too complex visually (IMHO).
I wish I could kill you drink your blood and steal your powers, no but really this and a lot of your other shots are AMAZING
I like the woodgrain background. I believe it is the contrast between the app and the woodgrain that makes the app stand out so nicely.
@Jonatan I sampled a few background choices. From solid colors to corkboard and wood. It was definitely used to give the content some contrast but there is something to be said if you can achieve the look without using such heavy imagery. These are quick mockups so I don't try to solve all the problems just a few key elements and move on. I really appreciate your work so your feedback is definitely welcomed.
I just in my pants!
Beautiful work, really. I love this design
Tight. Dig this a lot!
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