You may view full size shoot here:
over 1 year ago
Yup, wrong here as well. )
I fixed link for full size here to :) Once more, sorry :P
Looks really great!
Although the wood texture is extremely overused in the industry, this one pulls it off nicely. Clean approach.
Very well done... I would have to say it reminds me of Wunderlist a lot though.
Really beautiful GUI :)
by Benjamin Roesner | 6Wunderkinder
over 1 year ago
My goal was to achieve natural real world materials look, since main users of this app will be food restaurant lovers, i tried with different kind of BG textures, and wood one looked way more attractive then any other, so my client sticked to this one.
Im my defense, this app (design) was done like 2-3 moths ago, and client asked me not to post my design publicly till some time when app is ready to lunch, also back in that time when your website had only one nice beta sign up page, and nothing more.
So putting wood + white BG for data = rip from u?
/J Will try never to use wood textures or any white colors in my designs.
@Asmir Sinanovic my intention was not "your are a copy cat". I used the rebound feature for competition.
Not trying to hate because this app looks nice (Wunderlist aside), but I'm confused about the pattern overlay on top of the full-size shot. For one, it'd be easier to mimic that style than steal a screenshot, and two it isn't fair to a community whose members specifically benefit from posting work that isn't obstructed. Nice job, regardless.
Well i usually dont post full size work online, especially when is not yet released. I do this only couse in past i had bad experience when i was posting original artwork at full size, on public places or even few time to clients. :)
This particular shoot was done in under 1min, since I didn't have time (it was almost morning my time so i had to sleep :P ) when was posting this to make screen where are zoomed details showed (see my other work). so i did quick shoot like this. :)
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