Just a different take on a possible weather app, it's a custom UI experiment for a little weekend project while learning Cocoa and Objective-C.
Props to @Adam Withcroft for his super icon set http://dribbble.com/shots/544084-Climacons and @Bill S Kenney for his awesome shot! :)
Don't forget to check the slightly different attached image or follow me on Twitter for news and future updates :)
Update: I am getting some external help and we will be making this app a reality. Thanks a lot for your support!
about 1 year ago
I like the design, especially colors and the layout. But it looks more like a Metro app than an iOS app don't you think?
@Yassine Bentaieb thank you, well not really, look at newer apps on iOS like Clear or FlightCard, just another view on the original style.
Yeah that's true, it is an original style, but my initial thought was that it's doesn't really look iOS. That isn't a bad thing by the way. Like you said, apps are more and more straying away from the native iOS style. Nice work and interesting to see :)
yeah original and cool!
what happens when one selects the date below it where does the date currently selected moves to?
Nice work as usual :)
@Avinash Tripathi thank you! Tapping on one of the days in the list below will display them like you currently see for Sunday. Sliding on a day will show extra info about the day :)
@Alessandro Di Tecco thanks a lot my friend!
I would use this. Do it!
Nice! Reminds me of Flightcard:)
I like the style much better. @Bill S Kenney sure did a great job but there is too much weather app out there showing "weather images". What about the interactions? And also i don't know what to do with the symbols next to the sun in the attached image. And the slightly different attached image is much better. :)
Excellent work - the app looks great! Is this something you're planning on releasing? I'd love to have a play with it!
Oh, and it's "Whitcroft", not "Croft" ;)
I like the overall look of this, have you tried how the wind icon looks in bright sun? I'm afraid the contrast is a bit too low. The colors look great and it's straight to the point, which is good :)
@Stuart Regan thanks a lot, let's hope I can finish developing it :)
@Zander Brade absolutely, Flightcard, Invy and Clear were all great inspirations.
@Peter Eszes thank you! Exactly the reason I wanted to design something different! The top-side needs a bit more work but I wanted to show this concept first :) unfortunately I modified it after taking a photo I was happy with.
@Adam Whitcroft thanks a lot! Top work on the icons! I'll try, still learning so might take me a bit longer to finish it, I will keep you posted though. Also sorry for misspelling your surname, fixed it :)
@Davey Heuser awesome, thanks! Yes I have taken the phone outside to try it under different weather conditions and so far so good, even though I am running it at full brightness. Great point though I will tweak it a bit. :)
Man, I love this.
@Daryl Ginn @Bruno Felicio thaaank you! ;)
Really nice UI. Makes it so easy to see all the stuff you want to know in an instant :-) looks pretty too :D
Looks good. Like colors and the flat design approach.
Really awesomebeautiful work buddy!
So simple yet so effective. Nice work dude!
Perfect. Where do I send my money...?
I wish I could have it for my iPhone
Thank you all, very kind people! :)
@Shaun Moynihan fabio.basile@ oh wait, need to finish developing it first :P
@Carl thank you! I wish it was sunny in Chester today though :P
@Jani Muikku @AndyTheJoker @Jonathan Minns @Sanne Wijbenga @Alex Tseitlin @Bruno Felicio @Daryl Ginn thanks a lot
Love this Fabio! This may be the weather app the app store has been waiting for!
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