There were some stuff that I left on the drawing board in order to stay true with the Dribbble site.
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9 months ago
This is coming along really nicely.
A few suggestions:
I think you've given too much real-estate to the shot stats, maybe make them overlay on the image? or horizontal across the bottom and smaller?
Also, It seems like there are too many menu bars up top. Why have the left panel AND display "shots explore designers profile"? Maybe just put all of that in the left panel?
@Joe Barber I don't really see any reason, the vertical space is what matters the most, I won't make the image bigger than their original pixel size, other approach could be a 2 rows layout but I prefer the one row full image approach.
Yeah agree there are too many, everything below the header is scrollable (when you touch the ball it pops again or if you tap the status bar it does that plus bring you to the top). Getting all that into the left panel makes way more sense, but it was the thing that I left on the drawing board as I endup trying to keep some similitude with the Site.
I am waiting for such app for a long time. Also Behance should made similar or at least mobile version of their website. Nevertheless it would be great. @Mac Keep going. :)
Alas don't get your hopes too high. Sadly, this one is just for fun.
@Mac What is the current mobile version of dribbble doing to the shots on the individual page? Because they don't look bad and they're bigger than 400x300. Also 800x600 shots could be coming soon.
Again, I really like where this is going.
@Joe Barber thanks for the feedback. :)
I can't wait for the @2 shots. That definitely will make me revisit this design.
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