Haven't been submitting much stuff latelly so here's a quick glimpse of what I'm working on lately.
I am working on both iOS and Android designs at the same time, just keeping standars on each platform. This is the Android version since I prefer to take pics with my iphone & my good looking camera got robbed...
Also, sorry in advance about the picture and not giving anything more to see. I really can't be showing more than this.
Also I like using pictures because it gives the global feeling of an app more than showing just small element details....
Hope you like it, I'm going back to my 9-slices!! :)
almost 2 years ago
Lovely, as usual. Good to see an Android shot for change :)
Creating assets for mdpi, hdpi, and xhdpi? ;)
@Charles Riccardi Yep :) I make all the slices for the Android dev on a big asset file so he doesn't have to wonder about anything. Making them for xhdpi first but them will prepare all the 9scales and icons etc for other resolutions.I won't let photoshop resize my assets, they will be all redone :)
Your work shining on a beautiful Galaxy Nexus, There's a tear coming ou of my eye right now
@Simon Godbout Thx man :) Wait till the app is live. Integrated version looks pretty sweet so far :)
Great to see you back here, @Jeremy. Hope all is going well with the move to SF.
Android really is beautiful when done right, and shown on the nexus makes it even more awesome.
@Mason Yarnell It's true I haven't posted much latelly. Surelly because I don't freelance anymore. Yep SF experience is great so far!
Looks neat, as usual! Great work dude
Nice work !
Poor Boston Bruins :'(
Wonderful shot Jeremy :)
Perfect picture to describe the Boston Bruins. Bravo.
@Mike Puglielli @Alexander Scott Haha yes sorry about that :)
looks great Jeremy
I can't wait to play with the app! Keep up the amazing work!
Where is a real screenshot?
@Vincent Read the comments...
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ You're showing the whole one right now though, just with an ugly photo.
@Vincent I will just put you some helpfull text that I found in the Dribbble Handbook :)
I welcome constructive criticism of my work. When providing criticism to others, I'll be helpful, not mean.
I’ll refrain from name-calling, preaching, ranting and venting frustrations on others.
If you feel frustrated not to have a big snap, just refrain yourself from preaching, ranting, and being mean, and just do not comment. I did give a reason (no wait, two reasons) for using a pic instead of a snap... :)
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ dribbble is made for feedback and I can't give constructive feedback if it's just a picture of a phone, at least attatch a screenshot because colors are not the same, you can't find minor design errors etc, if you want to post a picture of your fancy phone, use flickr or something.
Said my opinion
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