I'm starting a new iPad app design project. As always, first of all, I sketch some ideas for different ui elements...
Attached full view. I can't wait to dive in designing pixels!
over 1 year ago
NICE, where did you pick up that paper?
Thanks @Timothy , that's Behance Dot Grid Book. I ordered online from http://shop.theneonhive.com/product/behance-dot-grid-book
Those are really neat wireframe sketches. Mine are always so sloppy.. :(
but the important thing is that you do them Laura ;-)
Thanks @Laura :) share some of your sketches with us please. wireframe sketches don't have to be well drawn anyway, as long as they are clear enough to present the idea behind :)
by Laura McGuigan
Totally loose and messy, as I said. :)
over 1 year ago
I love seeing process work. So much in fact, that I had some custom sketchpads printed: http://fieldtest.bigcartel.com/product/fieldtest-iphone-sketchpad
Love that dot-grid sketchbook. This looks pretty cool too. Do you do any iOS development, or just design?
Thanks @Hamish ! for now I do only ui for client, ps learning dev myself with some small app ideas :)
@Juan, your sketchpad looks nice. thanks for sharing. I LOVE my dot-grid-book though :)
Here is the first concept from wireframe. sorry for the bad photo quality, taken with iPhone4 under bad light. I will upload better one for the completed version :)
This is the entry page, the big 3 blocks are tappable and going to own screens. Brand color is blue, so I used that for tabbar... The photos behind blocks will change. Client also wanted clean concept.
this is still in production, there is a lot to work on... comments are much appreciated.
- Attached little bigger photo
- Actual size tabbar
Here is the approved concept two. Client didn't want to have any photo, instead, big buttons with company brand colors in a clean concept with bright colors...
Attached is the closer look for detail hunters.
Ps, it is still in process...
Comments are much appreciated.
ps, This is just welcome screen, sub screens will have more elements with richer UI.
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