Even though FreeThrow for Windows Phone is still in development, the project after has started ;) FreeThrow for Windows 8. More screens coming soon. let me know what you think.
12 months ago
looks really good.
I'm kind of missing a full preview here :)
Yeah man, looks like a great use of the Windows Tiles. I second @Miguel Oliva Márquez.
Can't show off too much ;) Gotta tease. Thanks guys :) I'll throw up some more shots soon, maybe give you a full preview.
Can't wait for it! Metro looks great :)
Looks good so far! I would love to see a bigger image though. It is really hard to see the details.
So stoked! Looks great.
really nice work !
I actually don't have someone who would develop my app for Win8, it's only gonna be a concept for my portfolio, until I find someone.
tho I've got 2 questions, do you work only in PS for your layouting? or also in InDesign?
and what kind of dimensions do you use for this app for example? like the Surface?
I actually have a deal for you.. if you want we could collaborate and merge our two concepts and ideas into 1 superior app!
I also have a logo/name which doesn't need the snorkly dribbble type to be remembered and recognized, the "d" resembles a whistle, like from a coach. > http://bit.ly/OzzZ6M
some icons probably need an update.
let me know what you think?
11 months ago
@Daniel Keller Yeah I currently don't have anyone developing this, right now...one day though.
I do everything in Photoshop, not InDesign mainly because its easier to slice out everything when it does hit the development stage, and I just prefer Photoshop :) The size of the dimensions I work with is 1366 x 768, which are the minimum size for Windows 8, i've also done some quick tests in larger resolutions like 1920 x 1080 to see what it would resize like.
Let me get back to you on the merge :P Because FreeThrow for Windows Phone is almost out, I wanted to have a big brother of it for Windows 8. I love the branding of yours though.
this is gorgeous!
9 months ago
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