This is the alerts screen of the Lovely iPhone App where users create alerts for their apartment hunt and get notifications via various channels like email, push, etc.
Definitely go check out the other shots in the LiveLovely Project.
Also go download the app and play with it, if you're in the apartment hunt in a bigger city, you won't regret using this app.
4 months ago
love the simple things u do :)
Just downloaded this, amazing. Love the colors!
Very nice. I love the simplicity of this. Is there a cap to how many tags a user can input? If more than 5/6, what happens to the "post" they're in? Does it expand further down to accommodate?
Really like it. Only thing I'd suggest is maybe breaking up the amount of gray? Just my personal opinion. Not really constructive to the design overall though. Great job.
This is an incredible app! Used it to find my new place in Dallas.
Looking good Karem!
Lovely places on the map :)
Looks great, one thing - the top buttons seem to have different spacing from the edges?
Nice work @Kerem, clean and simple as always.
Looks very light, I really like it. @Julia Khusainova is right about different spacing from the edges :)
I really love the sizing and hierarchy of everything. Great job.
I wish the background of the cells was a tad lighter or something. I feel like a bit more contrast would make it even better.
Hey guys, yeah I must have f'ed something up setting up this shot, obviously in the real app everything is aligned perfectly :)
@Sam Soffes you know I went back and forth between lighter and darker cells. I wanted to keep a level of contrast between navigational items and content, and if I go light, it's losing that gray tone throughout the app, which I'm keeping for the website and some other tools I'm designing for them. Thanks for the feedback :)
Really like this but also agree with the feedback regarding the contrast..
Gorjas! Trash icon blurry. Is the 'Frequency' text needed?
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