over 1 year ago
Why did you decide to design custom UI elements and not use Apple's defaults? Just curious.
The default on/off doesn't fit in a dark UI.
The font of the app is not Helvetica;
and... the app will be released on multiple platforms anyway.
Looks nice :-)
Will this app be used inside because of the dark UI? :-)
No, it will probably be used outside 99% of the time.
Oh but why not consider a brighter UI instead of a dark UI? Because the readability will be a lot better outside in the sun, not? :-)
You'll always have reflections outside, white or black UI; it's all about the contrast ratio to keep things readable. The main interactions of the app have a bright UI.
Looking forward to see more ;-)
In my experience bright UI works better outside. But as you already mentioned: a high contrast ratio can do the trick.
Other than that: the on/off switches don't feel right. The on part is 'on top' while the off part has inset. I think both should have inset (like Apple's).
I also agree with Nick on the switches :-)
Will the switches slide like the native ones? Because the handle of the off state and on state are different...
by Johan Ronsse
over 1 year ago
Good feedback. Thanks. I rebounded the shot.
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