This looks great, Love the colours!
over 1 year ago
Nice work, I just did research and boys and girls enjoy the color orange. Maybe you should do that since this is more of a "family" app? :)
@Bobby Giangeruso ⚒ Good idea :)
Style reminds me of @Galen Gidman 's new app (Click), so clean.
Very nice. I love the menu style you've done.. refreshing from the usual list view.
Wow, I've never seen a color palette even remotely similar to this. Looks awesome and unique.
@Bobby Giangeruso ⚒ Mind elaborating on that research?
@Andreas Ubbe Dall After looking at some of designs on family apps, multiple color preferences from both genders, it seems as if they both like orange. I'm not 100% sure because people do have their own preference. Just trying to help him out because me and Ari talk not only on Dribbble and he mentioned he is having trouble with colors. Hope I helped you out with my elaboration.
@Bobby Giangeruso ⚒ I see, I was just curious. However I don't think you can deduce that "boys and girls enjoy the color orange" particularly, from what seems to be, a rather narrow empirical foundation.
@Andreas Ubbe Dall Mind elaborating? Bahaha!
@Bobby Giangeruso ⚒ What I mean is, that there are a lot of issues with you simply looking at the design of some other family apps. There are numerous factors that you need to take into account - just to mention the most obvious one, colors are attributed very different values in different cultures. Orange might symbolize one thing to people of a certain culture, and a completely different to another.
Additionally to break down the essence of your argument, because other apps are using orange, that doesn't necessarily mean that it is the ideal solution, or that people of their target groups favor that specific color.
My point is simply, that for your advice to carry any more weight than simply "i like orange" or any other color, there needs to be some more empirical evidence to suggest that it's a broader trend.
And finally I guess one could discuss whether or not the target group might like orange, means it should be used in the design - there are a myriad of factors that come into play that might weigh more.
@Andreas Ubbe Dall thank you for that sir Ubbe Dall, means a lot. Everyday I learn something new!
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