Lots of complex issues to deal with when you're taking a multifaceted item like groceries online. Stoked for the challenge.
over 1 year ago
$124 per pound? And I thought Whole Foods was expensive.
@Kyle Decker it's expensive not to account for extremities and edge cases in design ;)
Do those separators need to fade on the ends? They look out of place in a relatively flat design.
Agree with @Joshua Krohn ...maybe a simple line separator would be better.
Every design of this app makes me love my life...all there is to it...I just wanna eat pancakes and stare at this thing!!!
Really lovely work. What font are you using for the headings?
I can sympathize with designing a store, have had to do in-room dining for hotels.
Layout of elements looks great, few things are throwing me off tho
1. "Just under 1lb" - what's this mean?
2. The listview icon next to the refresh - what's this do?
3. Agree with the line treatment comments
Also yay for convincing client they don't need logo visible at all times.
clean +10 :)
So simple. So clean. So clear.
Love the typeface choice and chromo-palette.
really nice, like it
@Matthew Skiles Rooney.
@Joshua Krohn I see your point, and I'll try it, but the goal was to give it some nuance and finesse. If I'm not careful this will become "basic" instead of elegantly simple.
@Adam Blair 1. It's a field in our db, groceries are complicated. 2. add to list. 3. see above.
@all thank you :)
@Larry Fox Yep :)
What if you thickened up the dividers ever so slightly to give them a bit more presence?
I think it's fantastic by the way
groceries are a doddle! You should try holidays...
@Andy Birchwood ha!
Do you need the bottom shadow of the green button and the letterpress effect of the list icon? I really enjoy the flatness of this otherwise.
@Viktor Engborg that's what I'm wrestling with. Too much flatness can appear or feel too playful. I'm trying to find that happy spot. Thanks for pushing.
I really like this! Layout + type + color choices are great. Three things:
1) The list icon makes me think I'm going to be viewing a list instead of adding to one. What if you added a circle with a white + on the bottom right of the list icon? Might be clearer that way.
2) For "Just under 1lb." you have white text with a drop shadow, but what if the image of the product is white in that specific area? Might be risky to put text on top of image like that.
3) The border radius for the add to cart/etc buttons don't seem to match the border radius for the read more (unless my eyes are off or if that was intentional)
@Deep Shah 1) I was trying to get away without the + (it complicates it, but I may need to add it in) 2) possibly, but we're working to create images that don't have white backgrounds. Good question though. 3) Hmm, must be the eyes I think. I'll check.
by Matthew Smith
Responding to good feedback and some new thoughts as well. Full size is crisp.
over 1 year ago
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