I've come to realise I've only done iOS designs so far so here's my shot at a Twitter App. And you just got a Private Message from Jay-Z.
What do you think about it?
Press L for girls in bikini on Instagram.
12 months ago
Loving it! Very sharp. The message from Jay-Z made me smile :)
Crisp as heck Victor. I think the contrast between the Tweet button's background and text could be upped a little (very pale blue or even white text) but I expect that is a subjective issue. I would also include the sender's handle somewhere (perhaps in the title bar?)
@Adam Whitcroft Hey man! Totally agree with the sender's handle and contrast on that Twitter icon could've been better. But overall I'm happy!
@Victor Erixon Where are the girls, hey man?
This is looking really slick! A few things I'd change/add though:
1. How can I change the current user from who I'm tweeting?
2. The icons in the bottom-left corner aren't aligned properly. They should be moved around 3-5px to the right. ;)
3. the overall popup box can be moved around 5px to the top. I think the margin from the top is a little too much.
But it's looking pretty sweet man! I'd love to use this. :)
1. This was a private Message received by Jay-Z. Press Tweet and simply @ someone you want to message.
3. I beg to differ! ;)
Congrats Victor, nice and objective.
Good colors, spacing and proportions
Really clean, as all your works. The only thing I'll improve are the header icons, they look really different from each one.
LOL I just see this shot, and this is crazy... Where's my bikini girls? D:
I think my keyboard needs new batteries because the L key isn't working. Wait...................... its a scam@!#
fuckin a. This looks good. I see these all the time and hit "next" but... wow. Nice work!
Loving this... Need a decent twitter app for Le Big Mac. Tweetbot for Mac would be nice or the official twitter app needs updating badly...
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