basically I wanted to go a different road than the original website or most other dribbble apps that are already out there, and give the user the chance to concentrate on the pure content / shots and enjoy a simple way to discover dribbble.
- fixed the "everyone" icon
- changed the layout, more grid based / simple
- added details on hover / rollover
- removed the white frame
- made the shots / thumbs bigger according to the size of the sidebar
about 2 years ago
It's getting better. Some remarks:
— rebound icon is ugly / not crisp at all
— same goes for the comments and likes. The fontsize is 1px or 2px too large in my opinion.
—the thumbnails are missing some depth (try dropshadow and 1px border lines?)
That's it for now!
- hard words (what could I do better then to make it not-ugly?), here's a close shot of the rebound icon, isn't it just because it's so small, made it in the style as the other icons, but I will see if I can improve it http://drbl.in/dkcc
- I will fix those things!
@Jarne just for me to know for the iphone, ipad version.... is there a special Font I have to use? Microsoft for example gives you a standard font!
You wanna know what fonts are supported by default on iphone and ipad?
Is it going to be a web or native app?
@Jarne iphone / ipad app, so I guess native!
the icons seem to have different sizes
@Erika thanks for the feedback, I agree, but it's kinda hard if the icons aren't the same height and width, I currently trying to improve!
do you have a tip what to make better to improve the sizes?
@Daniel Keller About the fonts, read about it here or google it: http://www.michaelcritz.com/2010/04/02/fonts-for-ipad-iphone/
You should also be careful that you have the rights to that font you want to use in the iphone/ipad app. (if you use any custom font, that is).
Greetings Daniel! Good luck with the progress.
@Jarne thanks, 58 different fonts? that's a lot... now I only have to choose one!
@Daniel Keller Btw check this out —> dribbbleboard.com
Looks clean and nice.
@Jarne Yea it's nice and simple.... tho on my 15inch screen it uses my whole width, looks a bit crowded, probably better looking on a big screen!
It's a responsive design, so on my big screen it also uses the whole width. I like it this way. Very visual :—)
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