More design direction work. The secondary navigation within a scrollable page becomes locked under the title bar while you scroll through sections...
Icons are still super FPO at the moment - most are dropped in from the lovely @Yummygum icon sets.
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8 months ago
It's very nice, but many tones of green are looking a bit weird.
Looks nice nd simple, would like to test it on my phone :))
Good looking. I love the font of the numbers, may I ask you which font is it?
Love the minimal buttons, very touch friendly
nice use of bacon ipsum :-)
Another awesome start Ben! Are the square pages actionable? ie can i click/swipe and get taken to that panel?
@Sean Scott Thanks & oh yes! :)
@Funky Munky Creative thank you - the font is called Filmotype Giant
Awesome, love the minimalist style.
Looking good Ben!
Have you tired just putting "Phones Found" instead of number of phones found? Also the management icon is lookin' nice.
Love the layout, but strangely I’m now craving bacon.
Digging those colors and type... my one critique would be that the nav elements take up quite a bit of screen real-estate.
I like the design, but I have some difficulty with the lock icon. It looks kinda weird.
Maybe it's because the things is tilted, but the grid feels kind of off. If you drew a line down the center it would hit everything add really arbitrary points.
I am also curious what the interaction is for the thing in the center that looks like a color picker?
@Henry Modisett the mosaic is just the logo pixelated out. The arrow will do something of this sort when tapped or pulled (very, very early stages of thinking) -> http://dribbble.com/shots/741301-Mobile-Site-Breadcrumb/attachments/71337
Ahhhh okay :) Looking forward to playing with it.
Tag those fonts, yo!
great work as always. is this for a responsive project?
Looks slick, but I have to agree with @Dutch Icon about the lock.
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