Refreshing an app. It is really interesting to create designs for Retina. One lesson learned: It doesn't have to be 2x :)
about 2 years ago
I like the wallet-feeling. Nicely done.
Lukas, yeah, it was very hard to find the right texture that wouldn't distract and make that wallet-feeling. Glad you like it :)
Looks nice! It doesn't have to be 2x??
I just don't like how 2px line looks on retina, it looks too bold for me :)
For example: http://dribbble.com/shots/150766-Location-Segmented-Controller
2px line should look like 1px on the iPhone 4, and a 1px line created for retina won't show up on a non retina iPhone. (I think).
It should look :)
as long as it looks good on retina and non-retina :) just be careful with pixel positions, always need to check when you design at retina.
nice textures man
Thanks, guys :)
1px wont work.................. 2px converts to 1px in RD
All textures are lovely, except the one on the progress bar, it just doesn't fit imho :\
@Sean it's tricky to get the right effect, but it's possible.
@Marian I agree with you. When it'll be final it will fit :)
Damn share that texture ;) Really crisp!
Marcus, maybe one day :)
Let me know when it comes out, would love to take a look
I do it most of the time this way, make two separated asset designs for retina and non retina, for example like this: http://cl.ly/432m360R1q1L1X3q0t13 is for retina and this for non-retina: http://cl.ly/3M1Q022g3Y0432142M22 . You will see the devider lines are actual equal tick and the same as the non retina, to keep the depth in the tabs. If you just would upscale or downscale you get most of the time bad results :( (assets of this shot: http://dribbble.com/shots/277608-New-colors-integration)
great shot. so pixel-perfekt! :)
Fantastic texture work. Looks great!
That stitching is pretty incredible. Great job Mantas.
Killer texture man.....
Guys, thanks :)
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