An app concept I designed a while back because I felt there was a need for a simple usable cycling monitor. The app visualized the standard speed, distance but would also sync with on-bike/person sensors to display cadence heart rate. etc.
The UI was optimized for 'in-the-saddle' use and utilized a 'Concentric Circles' display system which made it easy to flick through the various modes. High visibility palettes were devised which would make it easier to check your data at a glance.
As it turns out getting an app to 'talk' reliably to sensors is quite tricky, and this app will now probably never be shipped. However I did like it's simplicity and the novel interaction design so thought I'd share.
9 months ago
Lovely work, better looking than any apps I've used to date.
@Dan Cowley Thanks Dan, yes I think there is a space for one which is designed in context + a little easier on the eye :)
Shocking colors! I love it!
@Miguel Oliva Márquez Thanks Miguel, if you think this version is bold you need to see the 'Hot Pink' iteration! I'll have to dig it up when I get a chance..
Great looking app!
by Darren Geraghty
An alternative palette for the cycling app I posted yesterday. This time a shocking pink was utilised as a bold base color for the UI, this theme is called 'Neon Rosa'
It's not often you get to use such striking colors in UI design so I enjoyed working on this. You might also be surprised to learn about the rich history of the color pink and it's many variations, I certainly was!
9 months ago
that bell man
I dig it man! I'm assuming there are some decent smartphone+bike tripod/holder products out there? I've been looking for one...
2 months ago
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