Here is the latest iteration after some major improvements.
about 1 year ago
Nice work again! In my opinion this is the best structured and visually appealling iteration.
Thanks, Thorsten. I completely agree!
Nice! Especially the wind icon
This is the definitely my favourite of the two dude :) They're quite fun to make aren't they?
i like this too! simple to use and clean! well done, sir :)
I think it would be really cool to make a community iPhone app for these...sort of like the clock app that was made a couple months ago. Let everyone design/code their own and let them be downloadable themes for the app.
Looks great, Josh. I think the 'currently' takes up a bit too much space, but other than that it's pretty fantastic.
Thank you very much all!
@Sandrino Kelders The icons are courtesy of @Adam Whitcroft: http://adamwhitcroft.com/climacons/
@Adam Whitcroft Incredibly fun to make :)
@Coard Miller That would be a lot of fun.
@Gray Gilmore Now that you have mentioned it, I'm inclined to agree.
To be honest, @Josh, I'd like to see more negative space from the top, it seems like 'CURRENTLY' is taking up a fair amount of space. I also have to say 'CURRENTLY' looks a lil' menacing in my opinion, in relation to the friendly type below.
Lookin' great otherwise :)
I agree with that, Louis. I have aligned everything vertically using a fairly strict grid, but that doesn't necessarily make it the best option. Thanks for the feedback!
@Coard Miller I reckon that's a great idea! Creating a "downloadable theme engine" would be interesting... and by interesting, I mean quite a challenge!
I guess if you made the layout totally driven by a configuration, it should work. So each element would have a name, X, Y, Width, Height, Background Colour/Image etc...
I spent some time on the weekend spiking out another Dribbble, but perhaps this would be a nice meatier project to work on.
The app itself could be free, then each theme is an in-app purchase? With proceeds going to the designer of course.
@Craig, it'd be quite a challenge, but fun. Sounds like a good plan!
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