This is the last piece for the Windward iPhone app, which I'm not 100% feeling yet. Gotta move on for now and design the landing page.
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Dude, I am so excited about this. Did it take a while for your friend develop?
Beautiful stuff, Love the simplicity.
I agree with your comment on not 100% feeling it. It looks great, but maybe a few things could make it stunning. I am not saying I know what to do, but maybe there is too much 'space' and maybe you should separate the Air and Water temperatures more clearly to make them more distinguishable, otherwise it can be kinda hard to just glance at the screen to gather information.
If thats the location at the bottom, maybe it should be slightly bigger.
Honestly its a great design and I don't know if you are still looking for feedback, so its just my 2 cents :)
Looks great Kerem. As a feedback, I would work a little more on the waving background.
Looks really good kerem!
Sexiness in an iPhone.
this is hot.
Left side of the cloud looks a tad uneven. Awesome though.
this is sweet, loving the wave divider, just not feeling the circular buttons
I love it
Always like how you present your designs. Well done.
Thanks dudes. Charles it wasn't that difficult I think, or maybe he made it look easy. :)
Maybe you could move a little bit to the right the temperature to have the same space to the left and to the right. Otherwise, it's great !
Great job Kerem! :D
Absolutely amazing. The reason that *I* am not feeling it is because of the LCD screen. Needs more detail. Just sayin'.
I love how straight-forward the app looks like!
Sweet, is it up on the app store yet? I got a road biker friend that would love this app. He's always checking the head wind daily. :)
Amazing really! ..
i suggest trying it in normal Helvetica instead of this "digital-font"..
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