I love how that current day is called out on the calendar. Rock on!
over 1 year ago
Man you are killing me! Josh the only little thing I would have tried is to have the bue button"Available" maybe more embossed in the bar rather than flotting. What do you think?
Yes, you're probably right. It would most likely look a bit more crisp the way you suggested. The reason I have it as you see it was keep the element consistent with the selected date from the calendar. Since it will be changed/removed dependent on the selected date I didn't think to emboss it within the bar since it's not a permanent element that would typically be molded in into the bar. But this may not really matter. Perhaps I'm thinking to much into it (or just being lazy :P )
Dude, your an inspiration! God gave you a gift!
I'm liking that progress icon, looking good Josh!
fap fap fap.
@Timothy: dude thanks!
@Yassine: Thanks, although I should probably note, around 75% of the icons used in this app so far are a part of Drew Wilson's Pictos or at least manipulated versions of them. So the credit for the progress icon goes all to him :)
@Facundo: haha you're out of control! :)
This is so great!
I see :) It makes sense :)
@Josh Ah I see! Still good use of the icon though, I think 'Progress' is hard to symbolize and by pairing it with that icon you made it seem so logical. Nice job :)
I'm guessing this is a Mac app. Very well done man, your work always have this solidness to it. Not sure how to explain it, like you hold an iPhone 3, then when you hold an iPhone 4 and it feels solid and non plastic-y, your work exactly feels like that. Sorry for the non-sense example.
Nice details! Oh, and you spelled Movember wrong :)
Yes Kerem, that is spot on. And it’s what makes me like or not like an app. I think I will like this one.
What is Kept btw?
way to go! great details
Love that dark grey texture : )
I love it! You did a great job here dude!
Loving your work man.
love it! looks great :)
11 months ago
Your UI skills are beautiful, I am inspired.
6 months ago
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