It's an iPhone laying on an acrylic painting because that makes the most sense.
11 months ago
Nice, thoughts on a lighter gray background? I feel like it serves as a good visual separator however still draws my attention more than it should.
Also what do you think about a single stand out action button at the bottom? I am not sure how troubleshoot works but I feel like the user has 2 options to choose from instead of 1 clear one (conflicting color contrast.) My thoughts are start install -> if I'm having trouble during install -> click troubleshoot (we already know what they are having trouble with).
Really like it, wish I could see more of the interactions and what you've done :)!
Check out this shot:
This should show how I balanced all the different whites and greys. I felt the background + noise on a mobile mobile screen was the right contrast.
At this point in the app those two interactions really have almost equal weight in terms of interaction possibility. They are both important but the install is slightly more important. So you pretty much read it right but I think if you were to go through the whole process it would hopefully feel pretty natural.
It's deep in the pipeline but I'll announce when it's built.
Color seems much nicer with the shot you linked to.
How I get to this screen definitely is just as important as the screen itself. Look forward to the end result.
Concept looks really cool - but it feels like a high-fi wireframe from how everything is gray/black/white including the pics of the electronics.
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