Making the app's little brother on iPad now.
Full pixels attached - feedback welcome!
8 months ago
Looks real nice man, like the overal contrast of colours I think they work really well. The one gripe I have is that many of the icons could do with a little sharpening. But nice work!
@Kyee Very nice! Did you try to make the left navigation without gradients?
Great work! Your icons in the navbar are all in different style though.
@Lukas Bugla yes, but I want it to feel a little more native to the shitty ipad look.
Looks awesome :) only thing I'm not sure about is style of "refund code" number.
great use of typography :)
Not too happy about the gradients, but I guess you did that on purpose. Really clean, totally hospitally
Also, first thing I think about when I see this is Plague Inc lol
This gets better and better every time.. Love this one @Kyee
So cool !
Beautiful use of typography skills here, plenty of whitespace to guide the eye; nice stuff dude!
However, one element that seems to be a bit "off" is the arrow in a small blue circle, which I think will be used to roll-up/expand the table contents. I don't think that it will work as intuitively as you'd expect it to: it's a bit small for the iPad.
Why not place it on the right side of the header of each section that will be expandable, there's plenty of space there and this placement seems a bit more intuitive for functional elements such as this one. You could also attach a label to it ("More") to extend touch space (less prone to "missed" touches).
Also, the bottom table (Refund Codex) doesn't look aligned to the left like the rest of the elements above.
The above is entirely my personal opinion, and apart from these small gripes the whole concept looks great.
that's a dope interface!
Lovely interface. Somehow it looks a bit text heavy to me. But I love it :)
Looks awesome! Cant wait to use this to find all the drugs! There are so many :D
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