An app I am working on named Haraj (A place where you buy and sell used stuff). The contents are right to left because the app is primarily for Saudi Arabian users and may contain Arabic as well.
The content you see in the shot are ads made by various people to sell their cars. Images used are random from Google/Bing.
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8 months ago
I like it very much, it's great design. Perhaps I would make the icons and the text on the bottom bar a bit darker for better contrast, the rest looks awesome! :)
@Eldin Heric that's probably solved when the tab bar is less transparent and bit brighter. The content behind it distorts it right now ;)
@Umar Irshad nice work man, as usual!
I think the home icon should be bigger then the message icons :P
the rest is nice dude
@Bady Good point :)
Thanks All :)
lovely work bro @Umar Irshad
amazing work bro!
Amazing stuff, I love the subtle highlight and color of the Navbar a lot!
I'm just a little confused by the list layout. Saudi Arabia uses right to left layout. Shouldn't the image of each car be on the right side or is this a compromise to appeal to both English and Saudi Arabian users?
@Umar Irshad Beautiful work brother!
Really nice. I'd be careful of how usable that pop-up is - the options look a bit small for a touch screen.
very nice, thanks for sharing
@Michael Buck Well, since the text comes from Right to Left, I had to use the image after the text area and not before. But thanks :)
@Robbie Pearce Ahh good point, I will check it out.
Thanks for all the suggestion guys :)
Ahhhhh you reminded me of the good old days. There's a place in Jeddah by the name Haraaj. :)
@Abdullah Yes, its actually a name of a place like we call Bazaar. We had a Haraj in Hafr-al-Batin (near Kuwait border) too :)
Just curious: The arrow on the cell is pointing towards the right. In contrast to the standard usage. So would the child window also open from the opposite direction?
@Nikh I am not sure what you mean by Child Window
@Umar Irshad Then window that will open when the user taps on a particular cell.
@Nikh Well, yeah, I will leave a note for the developer to do that too.
@Umar Irshad I absolutely hope there will be support for the English text as well. Would definitely love to try this out.
@Nikh Well, mostly arabic will be used for titles to the ads people post or the description. Hopefully there will be.
My main concern is the buttons in the popup menu. Doesn't Apple recommend a minimum touch area of 40px (80px in Retina)? They are at 58px right now, so 29px for non-retina screens. Might be a problem for some users with large fingers
Usabillity wise you could maybe add a close icon on the tooltip menu? Looks very sleek btw. Really nice!
@Dennis Flinsenberg is there any stats for non-retina iPhone users? how many? :)
@Dennis Flinsenberg Yes, @Robbie Pearce suggested the same thing above and I have already fixed it. Thanks though :)
@Gijs Rogé I don't really think that's necessary, the tooltip/popup can be closed by either clicking on the "more" button or by clicking on the rest of the area.
@Umar Irshad You are 100% right, didin't though clearly :D
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