As a part of the new version I made this little tutorial explaining how Piictu works. You can just easily swipe through... No big deal.
Thoughts on the language we used?
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almost 2 years ago
@Robin Raszka now THAT is how you make a unique avatar style.
This is really pretty & clean. The only thing I wasn't sure was the example provided for the caption.. "where I stand." Perhaps use something that is less open for interpretation.
I'm really feeling the blur effect here.
Are the continue buttons really necessary? Users are pretty familiar with a pagination control indicating that more content exists on the same horizontal plane. If you feel they are necessary, though, I definitely don't think you need both a chevron in the button and an ellipses after "continue."
Love it! Seriously, so polished and original!
one of my favorite parts of the new update!
Really really sweet stuff man!
I love the avatar style. Very unique.
Awesome avatar style, and awesome tutorial ! So damn simple to read and understand. Perfect !
@Rogie it's Nokias' squircle shape :)
@Robin Raszka The walkthrough looks amazing! :)
Cool looking avatars & walkthrough mate!
The awkward thing to me its that the avatars aren't symmetrically replicated.
Gotta love that second screen. Well made.
I agree with @Rogie those avatars are tight!
Do the avatars take a cue from Nokia N9 icons? Maybe a little too much variation of border radius: avatars, buttons an pics
Would remove "hello/bonjour/gutentag/..." - that's a huge cliché :-) Also I strongly believe any iPhone app UI should be so obvious that it doesn't need any "tutorial". In other words, if you need "tutorial", something is wrong? Graphically it's superb work though! My 2 worthless cents ;-)
Big fan of your work. Keep it up!
I'm in love with product walkthroughs right now.
over 1 year ago
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