This is a varry basic profile screen for the new mitmi app I'm working on, has a your pic, a few stats and a couple of tabs. Great way to finish a very great and productive year.
Full siize: http://dribbble.com/shots/874229-iPhone-profile/attachments/93998
ANY feedback is appreciated :-)
5 months ago
Basic but wow very clean! Love it. Good job. Happy New Years. Best of lucks for another productive year! :D
Nice work! I'd get rid of the "Activity" tab's shadow though, as it looks weird to have it overlap the rest.
Very nice! Good job!
Very nice, agree with @Jona about the shadow :)
Was also thinking... could edit profile be in the settings section?
Nice work - good as always! :)
Really nice... But. Can't believe from all people you went for Tom :)
Basic! This is so neatly done... no clutter... just read and have fun and lovey blues
Looks great with this picture, but I wonder if users will have difficulty with the non-square profile pic.
by Vsevolod Dimitrov
This is a rebound of Virgil Pana's awesome app design.
5 months ago
very nice detail and patterns ;)
This is excellent! Very well done :)
It's great, but move the settings glyph 1 or 2 pixels left, it's not centered.
Very nice. Although I would make the Edit profile button less prominent (now stands out so much) or even remove it and add it in settings.
@Kristers Jursevskis, thanks for the tip.
I have some thoughts about that edit profile button, I'll defenetly give it a seccond thought. Thanks a lot guys for your feedback.
Nice and clean job.
Very clean job. The one bit of feedback I'd give is that depending upon where you're pulling your photos from (Facebook, for example), profile photos cropped at this relatively large width and short height don't tend to crop very well.
I have an HTC One X with HTC's Sense 4.0 skin, and their Contacts cards crop photos in much the same way. Unfortunately most photos tend to crop out peoples' faces, and/or pixelate photos because the images they've scraped from Facebook/Linkedin/etc. to populate them are fairly low resolution.
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Thanks for pointing that out @Chris Sardegna, I fixed it now :)
Looks great, Virgil — and nice presentation. This shot is old and you've probably spotted it — but the left side of the header looks a couple pixels too long and cuts off. http://cl.ly/Nn1n
about 1 month ago
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