My good friend @Brenton Little was nice enough to let me use his Instagram profile as the basis for this shot - I would have used mine but the photos aren't as good and the numbers are, quite frankly, nothing to write home about.
Simple Instagram widget. I don't feel it's important to see how many people the user follows, only their photo and follower count. The header is much the same as that of the Twitter mobile header - swipe to reveal the bio. '+' would switch to '-' if you followed that person.
6 months ago
Absurdly sexy things happening here @Adam Whitcroft
This isn't Batch.
Love it. The only thing that irks me is the name above the avatar instead of below. Maybe I'm just too used to Twitter.
I think it would look better if you rounded the corners.
I love this. It's so my style. Well done @Adam Whitcroft
@Ari don't be afeared of something a little different :)
YES PLEASE! I want it!
by Dan Eden
I couldn’t get it completely spot on, but I had a good go as usual.
Blame Instagram for the crappy profile picture compression.
And for whatever reason, the images have stopped displaying. It was good while it lasted.
6 months ago
by Timothy ッ
Thought i'd give it a go :)
I went for something very different here with the layout.
Follow me on Instagram!
by Dominik Martin
My rebound to "Instawidget" from Adam Whitcroft.
I made it a little bit more simple.
by Ryan Murphy
Awesome stuff by @Adam Whitcroft
Diggin it @Adam Whitcroft. As for the '+' turning to '-' when you follow someone- what about switching it to a '√' instead and changing the background blue to green?
Great! @Adam Whitcroft
@Alex Wright thanks Alex - I think a '+' to '-' saves a step, as it's immediately clear what will happen should you press either of them. Having the '√' would look better, but functionally it's a little more vague.
by Danny Garcia
@AdamWhitcroft I'm curious, how do you make those map styled backgrounds?
@Adam Whitcroft I was thinking the same thing as @Tom Miller. Would love to know how the background was made or where it can be found.
@Adam Whitcroft That makes sense- skips right to allow them to un-follow them. Still learning the balance between aesthetics and usability :)
@Tom Miller @Ernie Chiaradonna http://subtlepatterns.com/cartographer/
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