@Fabio Basile I love when I see others inspired by my shots, but you didn't even change that much from the original. Just fonts and context.
over 1 year ago
@Alex Penny please look at my original app and do a graph search on dribbble, you might see so many similarities between them all. What is to change from a graph and a white grid?
This looks great, though I must admit I immediately thought of @Alex Penny's work as well.
@Maxwell Barvian thanks! Well I am not s
ure how to make a graph a lot different. The app is based on my previous creation, with the addition of the line and bar graphs. It has a flat UI, card-like view and not much different.
Seems to me there's no real way to know it's a weeks-worth of stats that that line is representing. And that confusion is compounded by the fact that it's on top of a year span.
Do the bars in the back represent growth or total followers or something else? Looks like pretty stats, but I'm not so sure how informative it is.
@Griffin Moore thanks, weekly and yearly stats as we have been collecting those stats in the current version but not displaying them.
Seriously, what are you waiting for to make it real? :)
YES MAKE THIS NOW PLZ
Personal preference; taking away logos and replacing them with text. That is all.
Now all you need is a new icon and you're golden!
Seems great my only critique would be an app icon that matches the apps aesthetic.
Incredible dude. So sexy!
I like the old app UI really much! But this is way more better! Great work!
Also downloaded the app some time ago. One additional great feature I think would be a RSS-counter to see how many people have subscribed.
Keep on the good work, cheers!
Is this actually going to be a thing?
Nicely done. Care to share your type choices?
Thanks so much everyone!
@Melanie Cibura thank you! Great idea, we currently rely on public APIs, maybe feed burner or similar?
@Ryan Brock for sure, the current version is already in the AppStore (StatNut). This new update will be available shortly ;)
Weird. The appstore on iPad can't find it...
Great work Fabio! I don't see it being a big deal if this graph shares similar characteristics to the others… All iOS icons have the same corner radius… there are only so many ways to plot information on a graph
I really like the way Statnut is going here but I think the detail stats (Shots, Listed, Likes...) could be polished a little more. For me personally they feel a little misplaced in comparison to the color rich elements above. I understand they need to be kept apart from the stats below and need to be inferior to the stats they belong to (from an information architecture perspective) but while the white for the second level stats of the element looks really good, the grey feels like it has too less contrast to the font color because the other ones are really clear. E.g. purple => white, white => black, dark blue => white, etc
Not sure if this is just me being a little tired and having stared at my screen for to long today :)
Wow - loving the ui changes here. It did feel odd to swipe side to side for the current version's bars. Excited to try this out.
Love the app, it looks even better with this next release!
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