Here is a cleaner and simplified approach to show the listings on the TravelAid app. On this one, you'd swipe left to see more pics on each listing. Swipe right to see a short description + amenities. If there are more than 5 amenities you could swipe up and down. Click here for real pixels.
Thanks to @Philip Clark @David Kovalev @nick sloggett @jordan borth @lukas oppermann for all your feedback / ideas on the previous version.
Let me know what you think!
over 1 year ago
I'm working on app of this kind these days~~~ :D
How are you indicating that the user swipes to see the description? Or will it open to the description first?
Something similar. When you first get to this screen the first listing will open up showing the short description and amenities. (not all of them)
great work @Dash :)
YES! I like it. :)
In my opinion the buttons are now much better. The sans serif works well.
Love the glyphs so much.
Looks great, my only thought is that maybe the background could be slightly darker.
looks so crisp!
major improvement, glad you changed the font in the menubar!
go well with content
Much better dude. Nice job :)
Looks really good! I would make the text in the top buttons less bold to focus the users' eyes on the "NEW YORK" text.
Also, going off of @Jenni Leder's question, I would add some type of "gripper" (like the one at the bottom of Notification Center) to the left side of each list item, so the description and amenities section is more discoverable.
I hope you don't mind but 1. I love this concept. 2. I'm probably going to use it in the near future. Great work @Dash
about 1 year ago
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