*Update*:City Guides, a product by National Geographic and Rally Interactive is now live in the App Store.
*Download the iPhone app*: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/city-guides-by-national-geographic/id592453480?ls=1&mt=8
...still not what you think it is...
real pixels are attached
5 months ago
@Beau Hankins LOL
I like your style mate .. greetings!!
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) that gradient looks just GR8
Awesome, wish my weather app looked like this :)
Seriously, what is this?
Dig the color scheme, but that arrow at the bottom facing the opposite way of the tab is a bit strange... shouldn't it be pointing up too to represent something that would open up?
Still not sure what it could be otherwise...
And now for my constructive feedback, I'm wondering if something cooler could be done with the primary "Partly Cloudy" icon. I feel like its coloring and style don't match the rest, like it's too cutesy. Could it have a gradient fill matching the temperature range? Is it too boring just in flat grey like the three icons beneath? I dunno, you be the judge.
Diggin' on them colors.
Loved the simplicity mate :)
@Haziq Mir I can't get into specifics right now, but it is a real project here at Rally.
@Anthony Fonte Maybe, I'm gonna give that a try. Sometimes I think backwards...
@Dennis P Kramer great feedback, thank you!
What does the arrow do at the bottom?
Is there a day when you're *not* on the Dribbble Popular page? I don't think so!
As always, top notch work Ben!
If this is what I think it is, then I'm already screaming like a little girl at a Bieber concert on the inside.
Man, I love this. So crisp.
Colors at top - pop. classic example of how to use color in an interface.
Ok, I've figured it out. It's a tracking / route planner / competitive social app for bikers. Eh?
Love it - what is the typeface for the temp?
4 months ago
by Sebastiaan Scheer
Rebound to @Rally Interactive original shot. GL with your current app, hope its live soon!!! Don't forget to check the @x2 and the attachment.
about 1 month ago
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