over 1 year ago
Looks very nice! What's the app about?
@Peter With this app you can start exploring your ship and ports immediately. Plan your trip, get excited, and be totally ready for the high seas. You can almost smell the suntan lotion when you open up Shipmate app :)
wow, simple and clean, awesome!
Excellent use of color I luv how the blue highlight adds to the design and doesn't just scream look at me. Very nice work Daniel, and the typography is flawless. Keep it up man.
Very classy. Fits the audience perfectly.
hum that back button on the top should go to the left? :D
@Marco I expect that :) I'm only wondering that you are the first one with this note. It should be on left. I'm not sure about that, thos is first version...
Agree with @Marco, that's look strange ;)
Yeah the back button is not in the right place.
The tip is mostly why it makes look wrong.
The reason why the back button is on top left, is so the user doesn't "go back" on accident, and top left corner is also a not so easy corner to tap on. And it takes more from the user to work their finger to that corner, so is an action that the user is "sure" about, and not accidental.
ahah, sorry about the spiel :) — I'm sure you knew all that.. hehe
Simply put - it's awesome!
This is looking goof but some things are going on that kinda break some common iOS UI standards. The back button is in a very strange place. The tab bar's selected state seems a bit odd how you are using this style. Check out how other people have used this type of treatment: http://drbl.in/cvRX
Also, it looks as if you are in need of an iPhone GUI PSD: http://cl.ly/CUIi
@Eric tab bar is nothing original here, I know. But it's still better than the native one. And this is only first version :)
Daniel, cool man. Was just some general feedback. I think you are doing some good work, my friend :)
@Eric I took it that way, don't worry :) Thanks all of you for great respons.
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