Apple's new marketing guidelines really put a damper on our product photography and how we wanted to present the app on our website. So we came up with these UI illustrations as a subtle way to show the product and explain different functionality. Check out @2x for more detail and you can see more at http://mailboxapp.com.
about 1 year ago
Was checking out Svbtle today and came across Mailbox. Impressive work, very innovative!
@Darian Edwards Can you point us to those new guidelines? I'm guessing they now prohibit use of photos of the iPhone?
Marketing guidelines? This sounds odd... You're using the full iPhone in your video. Why is the iPhone on your website a problem? Will apple remove your app from the appstore by having an iPhone on a seperate website? ... This doesn't make sense to me.
@Klein Maetschke You can find the guidelines here http://cl.ly/362T0F082Z0X and yes it prohibits the use of photos of the iPhone.
@Stephen M. Levinson Sounds odd huh? I could give you a long detailed explanation for why we only used imagery of the iPhone in our video and nowhere else or you could just trust that we made the right decision :)
@Darian Edwards Oh, because it's not in the appstore yet. "Apple product images of iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch can be used only to promote your app available on the App Store." So once your app is live, you should be fine.
btw the app is gorgeous! If you can sneak me an invite... :-* (whistle)
@Stephen M. Levinson and also this "Do not crop, cut off, overlap, or obstruct any part of the Apple product images."
Btw, I love it and can't wait!
what'd you use to create this illustration? great stuff!
@Bobby Novoa Thanks a lot man. This was super fun to make I used 100% vector shapes in Photoshop.
@Darian Edwards awesome dude!
This is really awesome. That slide function in the video to delete messages is really neat. Much success on this @Darian!
@Shad Romero Thanks man!
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