@Michael: this design is for proposal actually. so nothing public at this stage :)
about 2 years ago
Where the f%^@ is my jaw? This is for real?!
Perfect ... Want it on my iPad ... Any idea when :)
Love it man - the colors... lot of info on the page but it's organized real well. good stuff!
@Bartek: haha :D
@saurabhj: it is a work for proposal, so nothing for public at this stage.
@Nate: yes it was the main challenge at this project. I was given lots of information for each screen! but I'm happy with the final thing...
I can understand :) its vibe told me to get one soon
Makes me want an ipad for this app.
this is beautiful
Slick & great use of colors. Nice work!
Wow UI screen shoot is very Nice....
Thanks folks :)
almost 2 years ago
@Robert Man thanks mate! :)
Has this launched yet? Or is it internal for some company?
over 1 year ago
@Mike Wilson this was for a project proposal, and client didnt get the job. It hasn't been coded.
Oykun, interested in building it out?
@Mike Wilson It was for a client I signed NDA with. I can't use for personal dev.
Beautiful design. The daily progress line on the right is a nice touch.
@PixelG Design @Justin Roberts Thanks folks!
This looks great and had you not broken your NDA with your client, I would have talk to you about freelancing. You obviously don't understand what an NDA means. Companies that make you sign an NDA don't want their work shown before it goes live. Period. It has nothing to do with the brand being shown. What you've done is shown the world this company's work before it's been released. Now it can be copied by someone else. That's a breach. And why I would now never hire you.
@The Skins Factory Thanks for comment, however I don't understand your aggressiveness. I have huge respect to my clients' wishes and confidentially, I clarify every single shots with my clients before sharing on social media. Usually they tell me to share on Dribbble with hiding brand to get feedback and give a clue to people what is coming...
My aggressiveness is because we do art professionally and when it appears that someone is breaking the trust of clients, it affects all professional artists. Why? Because if you broke an NDA, than that client will no longer trust artists. Maybe they'll tell their associates and they won't trust artists. I've had clients come to me worried about us because of crap that other artists they've worked with did. Maybe that artist was unreliable, maybe they took a retainer and didn't deliver.
I have a hard time believing that a UI filed under Top Secret NDA has been okay'd to be shown by the client. And just because other clients have said you can show the work with the brand blurred out doesn't mean they all feel that way.
It's very possible that your client wants you to show this work to the world and you discussed this with them. It's also very possible they don't. Because viewers don't know and can assume you're going behind the client's back, you're making the rest of us look bad.
You have a lot of entries here on dribbble that say "secret this or that". Well it's not a secret if it's sitting here on dribbble. It's open to theft of design and style. That's not what an NDA is all about.
An NDA means literally Non-Disclosure Agreement. It's black and white. They almost all say the same thing: Do not disclose to the public, confidential information that has not been made available. I've signed 100s of them over the course of my career. I don't know many companies that want their competitors to see what they have coming up before it's out.
Whether or not you are not (violating confidentiality) you appear to be and in the end that just makes us all look bad.
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