I'm currently playing around with a personal project, I havent done really any iOS work. This is basically a quick mock and before i get real deep into it I'm looking for advice - mainly on which background colour suits best, then any other things if you notice anything.
I should state that this is 100% personal and Levis have nothing to do with it.
Any opinions are much appreciated... Real pixels attached, Cheers!
8 months ago
Nice! I definitely prefer the left, looks more refined and professional. Depends on the demo though :)
I agree, I'm digging the left one more. Reason being for me that on the right, the black lines become really dominant (esp around the speech bubbles, etc), and that for whatever reason just makes it feel less polished to me.
no rationale, just gut... :\
Left. For me, it allows me to visually brows all the data at once. However, the right compartmentalizes the content too much.
Left too, all my reasons are already said. By the way, nice design!
Left for me too, both are nice though!
Left for me, there is better focus on that one.
@Evan Kosowski @Joel Derksen @Peterson Timothy @Maxime Giguère @Lewis Newman Cheers for all the comments, I get where your all coming from. Makes a lot of sense.
I really like the left one as well. Nice, lighter, and would still look as good on a white iPhone in a demo.
the left my man!
@Jeremy Greenawalt @Brendon Avalos cheers lads the left one has killed it.
@Chris Bannister personally I think the one on the right as it really makes the articles/products stand out as a focus point which if it was to be for Levi's they would want all attention to the content. I would reduce it slightly though to a very dark grey. Couple of thoughts how about making the menu tabs the same colour as the Levi's tab un selected items in dark grey and selected in white. It will be a homage to their iconic tab branding. You could even try (this one may not work) but on the background a very dark denim effect still black but really discreet just so it adds a little depth but also as a little nod to what they are beneath everything....these are all comments to try not saying it'll be better that way but always worth exploring. Of course if you do the red tab swap the red text block for an off white and inverse the text :) overall though fantastic start.
I think the right!! more stylish
It depends on the brand values, of course; but I would prefer the left one, personally.
Think I prefer the one on the right. Mainly because I'm not sure about the drop shadows on the left version - they kind of blur the edges of the sections. I like the cleanliness of the right one.
The left one.
6 months ago
Nice and clean, the left one
I think so. Left is so much clean and modern.
Very nice indeed! It's got a metro feel to it. I prefer the one on the right for the contrast.
3 months ago
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