Here is the calendar interface for the iPhone. Same app as this.
Here is the full pixel view.
9 months ago
You never cease to wow. Good job, sir.
love the header texture, well done! :)
Proxima Nova FTW!
Oh my boner makers. That little torn off paper detail at the top. Golf round at super swanky is code for UI hanky panky.
I think the plus could use some roundies. The sharp corners throw me off a bit as it's on fabric. Looks jiggy though!
Loving that current time marker.
Dude—this looks nice! My 2¢ would be that the Plus glyph might look a bit better (in context) if it were rounded, like the Menu glyph.
Idk how you did it—but you've been crankin' out some real sexy calendars...that ain't easy.
Your work is like design eye candy to me. As usual, it looks amazing! :)
the title bar texture is incredible super solid work
Nice work man. I definitely agree with @Brian Benitez about the plus symbol being adjusted.
I love this. Great job man, I really like how you combine 1 px and 2 px strokes. But I'd have to say +1, @Shaun Moynihan and @Brian Benitez. You got a nice round visual language going. I might even consider pushing it further. What if you placed the event in a container with rounded rects? It speaks to your visual language and extends the metaphor you got going when you open an event. http://cl.ly/image/1a2d1S0E2H0u/o Just a thought, great work!
Nice work bringing this design over from the iPad app with great consistency @Eric Hoffman!
P.S. What font are you using? it's purdy.
nice, but i think that icons (place and time) are too small. especially for non-retina version..
@Eric Hoffman how did you achieve the effect on the menu bar. UI looks brill. Good work :)
This is really cool !
I'm in love with the open and clean look. It's fits perfect for a calendar.
@Eric Hoffman Great work, man :)
If you make the ripped edges change after turning each page, I will buy your app ten times.
Great job on the header!
For Apple. Great news man!
Holy crap. O_o
Looks great! One suggestion I would make is to move the navbar buttons in slightly and make them actual buttons. The no-button buttons are a little confusing and make you think about how and where to tap them.
Super nice, really great job.
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