Refinements made to the app I am designing with Nick Eby. This dude is nuts on the iOS dev stuff!
about 1 year ago
I like it but think it's a little too similar to Tweetbot's iPhone app.
What are the 2 vertical lines for?
Love it. The texture is killer. What cloud service is it for? I need it, whatever it is.
@Oscar Waczynski if you had to take a wild guess, what would you say the lines are for?
I think the cloud could look better but that might just be my ocd zooming in on everything.
I would guess, @Eric Hoffman , that it would be to show that it can be slide to the right.
But are they nessisary? Couldn't the controls come up from clicking on the entire item?
My Kiddo is famous! And popular, too, judging by the number of views.
Also, you guys are rocking this with that texture. The two lines work well for me—a little bit of skeumorphism goes a long way in simple apps like this.
I already want this app.
I see half-pixels! :O
Beautiful! Those two lines are efficient.
Reminds me a bit of sparrow for iPhone.
What Tobe said, reminds me of Sparrow for iPhone
great job, really resembles the sparrow. I think the cloud and the icons of the option must change slide style. and vertical lines they work well
Those lines, of course, communicate that the whole cell can be swiped/moved. However, after a user understands that the cell can be moved to reveal more interface behind it, the lines become tiresome. You see them constantly, every time you use the app.
IMHO, remove them. There are many apps which use swipe-over-table-cell-to-reveal-UI pattern. People understand that. Do not burden our brain with constant UI graphics.
I think it's clean and I like it. However, I do think the cloud could use some work. Why "lame rain cloud grey"(technical term)?
Love it Eric...simply love it!
looks like a mashup of tweetbot, instagram and sparrow for iPhone :)
but nevertheless i love it :) cool style
that grey texture behind your icons makes the tip of my dingle tingle
@John Powell this is what it's there for. Tingle away, my friend!
I fully understand the points made about the 2 lines, and Im all in on simplicity, but when there's so many different kinds of app navigation systems, it becomes important to show, and sometimes maybe even remind, the user of the navigation type used. Simplicity is important, but I find this to more or less strike the balance of simple and still be user friendly.
And I really like the white/greyish gradient used on each bar. Looks crisp.
If the app is meant for power-users, then the double lines at the front of the row may not be necessary, however, complaints that they are "tiresome after awhile" seem a little overblown. They are unobtrusive and don't call much attention to themselves, while giving a curious user the desire to interact with them.
Some users won't even do that, unfortunately, they would need that interaction point spelled out for them, but these two lines strike a nice balance between power users and complete noobs.
Can't wait to see it in action :)
Really nice job!
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