Hey Guys, this is my biggest project yet, right here in Silicon Valley. I'm so excited about it. So here's the first shot...try to guess what this is ?
As always, your feedback is welcome.
9 months ago
nice. I would just get rid of the footer all together.
I agree with the footer needing to be axed. It would be nice to know the context of this design, if it is for climbers/outdoorsey people I don't think the minimalistic approach is the right way to approach this.
It's just awesome ! Very clear and clean.
It tempts to be used.
Very clean and clear. I love IT. Great Job man :)
Very nice and clean.
Something's bothering me though : it looks like Google did it.
As always really beautiful design! Love the minimalist look and the UX. Really awesome work!
Great mate! I would lower the opacity of the shadows on some of the buttons because it looks like it has no contrast and is all blurry :-) the rest of it is GRRRRRRREAT!
Looking great! Like with a lot of these kinds of projects, it's tempting to spend too much time getting the design perfect. It's important to make a product you're proud of, but the best people to get feedback from are users. So, get it out there and see how people use it!
I actually disagree with the footer needing to be axed. The current iteration of it, yes. But in general, no. It serves a good mark to people to tell them that they're at the end of the page. It's a commonplace pattern that everyone knows, when they see - that's what to expect.
Using the location/GPS arrow as an inbox icon is interesting. I might choose to use something else, but maybe I'm missing some context here
@Donald Johns --good find! footer gave it away :p
Nice and clean. I really like the nav :)
@Zach Inglis There is no pattern that says a site needs a footer. Yes it's been common practice for years, but there are no rules or patterns. Do users need to know they are at the end of something? Are they looking for the end of something? Have you ever been on page and asked yourself ... hmm I wonder where the end of this page is?
Do you use twitter? Technically they don't have one by your standards... technically yes they do have a non-traditional footer and it's in the left hand sidebar.
If a footer is requested by a client and there will be very little to no information in it he could try what's called a 'shy footer' and have it revealed upon a user action. See http://www.themusicninja.com/ for a poor example of the latter iteration - click the plus sign in the bottom right of the page.
by Agence Me
Here's new shot about the inbox page.
Check out the full-size.
Critique appreciated as always.
9 months ago
@Ryan O. Hicks I would have to disagree. It's the physical equivalent of seeing the bottom of a tin. In the user testing I have done a few users have tried to scroll further more than when there was a footer present.
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