Latest iteration on Loggr - for those interested, this is actually a web app, so the choice to use a top nav bar is due to our ability to hide the web chrome header, but not footer.
over 1 year ago
@Grant Anderson Nice work and love the strength the design is expressing.
Looking good! I wish there was slightly more separation or bigger touch targets up top. I understand the limitation created by the web chrome footer being present. Perhaps you could have slightly taller top bar buttons and then make a dead touch zone that slightly overlaps both the top buttons and the lower buttons so users don't accidentally press the wrong buttons?
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