A little preview for an app I started designing a while ago while helping the cool guys over at http://otherscreen.com - (@otherscreen). Developed by the awesome @lukeredpath More screens to come soon :)
8 months ago
mmm like this color ;)
hehe iphone 5 on back???
Clean. Agree with @Daryl.
@Giovanni Tancredi aha thanks, yup it's iPhone 5 ready :)
@Daryl Ginn & @Andrea Cau thank you, it's actually visually helpful to have stacks in there, they represent a stack of questions unfortunately not fully visible on the little preview image. :)
interesting, never heard of Other screen til now!
@Fabio Basile Interesting, I'll let you off this time. ;)
@Anthony Lam yeah it's an app somewhat related to that published by the same guys.
@Daryl Ginn aha thank you kind sir :P
@Fabio Nice color for the top bar. Appreciate the uniqueness :)
Yeah! Nice Palette!
Looks nice, like the custom top bar! :)
Hi Fabio, great work. Can I ask you a question? What's the type in the "Today at 9:30 pm"?
I started on a project like that a little bit ago too - http://dribbble.com/shots/728387-Sports-schedules-app let me know if you want to use any of it.
I'm viewing this shot on my iPhone, and would suggesting increasing the font size across the board. My guess is you've set a goal for how many game listings you want displayed at a time. I would make that a secondary goal to being able to quickly skim through these listings, without having to focus so hard on them because the font is so small.
The colours are lovely, and the paper stacking motif looks cool, even if I don't yet understand what it is communicating (I assume it makes sense in context). I would think hard about how to make these listings easier up read at a glance.
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