Together with our normal web profiles, we also launched a version for small screens. Whilst our web profiles are responsive down to 720 pixels wide, retrofitting their design for a small screen wouldn't do.
Next to that, our mobile profiles, as well as our mobile photo pages need to be designed around two priorities we don't have on desktop, namely (1) Network Speed and (2) Browser Performance.
Just as our mobile photo pages, the mobile profiles will allow you to jump into the app.
More info can be found in the official blog post.
(Profile in shot: @cucinadigitale)
about 1 year ago
GORGEOUS mobile design !
SO nice! Any reason why you're opening photo pgs in new windows? I keep reaching for the back button, or an easy way to move between photo pgs, when under 720px width.
You can stop now.
Nicely done, man
@Jody Ferry: Something we're still working out, but didn't think would be a blocker for the launch :)
looks great +10 :)
Brilliant as always!
They do look better than the bigger version.
Ziet er super uit @Maykel Loomans! You seem to amaze me every single time!
Man that was probably the most important feature Instagram needed. Good job.
Looking good Maykel!
I like this interface, but that button looks strangely long. I know it's for balance but just looks weird to me.
Sick! Just love instagram's designs, really top notch!
Yep, noticed it yesterday. Great job!
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter