So I got rid of the huge round button as it became very problematic vertical height wise... Moved towards more of a conservative style with that call to action button. On this screen we're taking a peek at a simple form. I guess we can agree no one likes the standard iOS form elements :)
Feedback is as always appreciated.
PS: Still thinking about making that action button dark color like the previous shot... Not sure.
almost 2 years ago
i personally love it great job. would love to see a full view tho...
Hmm, here's the dark action button, http://cl.ly/8khD I think I dig this better... Thoughts?
Didi, I will soon upload full-size images, currently this is a stealth project and unfortunately I cannot release anything else. :(
(**in the photo you linked...) the drawing under the iphone is that hand drawn or did you use a ui kit?
It's a hand sketch, I use Dot Grid Book and a 0.5 Zebra M-301 pencil :)
Nice! Coming along well.
definitely a better looking form than the default. way to go on the button graphics :)
Pedanticness sets in, the icons aren't aligned with the centre of the grey column. Other than that. Looking really slick.
Hey Kerem, great work! The dark action button is definitely better.
Love it! the small icons are great.
Gavin: Thanks man, centered it, great catch.
Mikael: I'm using the awesome icon set Geomicons by an awesome designer Mr. Brent Jackson.
Awesome work, man :)
This is great Kerem, definitely a new pattern for the age-old profile screen!
Thanks for the icon tip, just bought them :)
It looks really great.
over 1 year ago
Stoked to finally see this app in action!
Thanks man. I can do my little insert here then, go visit http://www.thecardapp.com/ and install the app, do it.
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