Nice work Chanpory – I like the colored letter avatars for those who don't have a photo set, nice detail.
6 months ago
I love when real copy is used on visual comps. It makes it soo much easier to communicate the message and thought that went on it.
But man, the gmail icons (top bar) could definitely get a little bit more work I think.
@Samuel Couto (AFAIK, those icons are part of a set that Google uses across different web and mobile apps as part of their visual system)
@Samuel Couto Austin's right, those icons are part of standard cross-product icon family.
Lookin' good! The inner padding on the right of the content could be toned down and not sure about the font weights. The visual weight of the names is not congruent with their importance, given there is already large avatars.
@Ryan Glasgow All great feedback! And a few things being address already :-)
It looks better than the actual version, maybe in real use too :)
which is the font??
@Chanpory Rith Hey man I love the design of the app! I replaced Mail.app with Gmail.app 'cuz its beautiful and I love it!
1. Wich font is that your using?
2. The iPhone in your shot, can be downloaded somewhere, or can you share it? Please? O:)
Very well done app. Really nice style :)
@Javier Esquivel The typeface is Helvetica Neue. Unfortunately, I can't share the iPhone shot and background template. Sorry! :-(.
I'm not a fan of how the text just fades out for the message preview. That's an annoyance to me because it not only looks odd to my eye, but you could also fit a few more words in there to preview if you took the the fade out. I think it should be left just like the desktop version has.
5 months ago
Where is that blue mountain background from?
4 months ago
@Daryl Ginn, it's a commissioned illustration by Google. Unfortunately, I can't remember the name of the artist!
@Chanpory Rith No worries. By the way, you did a fantastic job on this project, the UI is pretty much perfect.
@Daryl Ginn Thanks so much! Love your work too!
Together with Maps by far my favorite iOS apps!
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