Taking one step back and trying to maintain the current layout we have. Also working on couple new features that will be released later this month or so. Let me know what you think.
over 1 year ago
Nice, really liking this one as well. What is the grey bar at the bottom of the chart on the left?
Love the user of color, Kerem. Are the colors in the activity icons built on an established color scheme throughout the site/app?
Shaun, that's your calorie burn graph, grey area is sedentary, pink is very active, orange fairly active and teal lightly active.
Ted, yes we do color code activities throughout our web and mobile apps.
Fantastic work as always. Really digging the Dashboard's structure, can't wait to see it full-screen.
Looks very clean, I love it.
Looking sharp! There's just one thing that caught my eye, the distance between "Day" and "Week" is one-pixel wider than the distance between "Week" and "Month". I guess that's because the "Day" button does not have a stroke outside.
looking very clean, nice and user friendly.
Super work mate.
I've seen better.
awesomeness! instant like:)
Looks nice and clean.
Love these fresh colors!
You should bundle same type of button in interface in the same consistent visual block. You now have:
[Day] [Week] [Month] [Year]
and that part would look better, be more functional and intuitive if it was:
[ Day | Week | Month | Year ]
Hope my Ascii art is clear.
This is friggin over the top amazing. Incredible work mate.
Beautiful. Simple. Intuitive.
Looks awesome! I just noticed the button "day" is not as close to "week" as "month".
Might it be the stroke?
Looks really good. Easy ob the eyes and colors are killer! Great work as always.
Wow, this is really amazing
Personally, I love the simplicity and effective use of white space. There's not much to nitpick.
Great variety of colors, nothing stands out like a sore thumb. Maybe a new treatment for the graph? Looks a little funky with thick vs. thin (gray area), but the info makes sense.
My UX co-worker talks about this application non-stop at our office, so you must be doing something right. ;)
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