Another interface for the project I'm working on. It's getting closer and closer to dev hand off. I will tweet when its live. Feel free to give me a follow and say hi if your interested in this app.
Also, these are Rogie King's game covers. If you want more info on them, hit him up as I think they will be available in his Fine Goods Market.
over 1 year ago
Kevin, thanks for your feedback on this the other day! The little improvement to the badge count really helped. Those small details that make a big difference! Keep rock'n dude!
Pretty poor feedback, but — Boom!
@Eric Anytime! And likewise dude! :)
So I know this is absolutely gorgeous and so many small details to talk about, but one thing I reaaaalllly LOVE is the general proportion of the items and UI elements. People sometimes forget they're designing for touch screen interfaces, and mainly the most important thing is to make stuff fat finger friendly without going to the extreme. You've done an amazing job at it, it makes me want to interact with the device, not too intimidating, not too shy.
+1 on Kerem's comment. While the UI is simple and effective, everything is still visually rich. Loving it!
@Richard, @zee7 Thanks fellas!
@Kerem, thanks homie! Sushi in t-minus 15 days :)
So clean. Great work!
I like the spaced out layout and the large size of the touch targets, but I really think that the paperclip over the avatar is something to be reconsidered. It is a good example of form trumping function for no particular benefit for the end user...
@kaishin, this would only happen upon overflow of swiping vertically thru profiles. I made the overlap in this design to illustrate that to my client.
Superb work !
Great shot man! Looks really harmonious.
The white drop shadows under the icons on the wood are a liiiittle too white in my opinion. Looks very good non the less.
Maybe a strange question, but how do you photograph your screen in a way that you don't see those messy screen lines?
Thanks for the feedback, Alex! The screens getting those messy lines is something pretty tough to dodge. I take the pics with my iPhone and wait till the focus comes out so that the lines are not there, then quickly snap. Lighting is key as well.
thank you very much, Mr Forrester.
Sweet! Loving the feel of this mate.
Just beautiful. well done!
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