I replaced the hand, and gave the main navigation a little more emphasis.
3 months ago
Nice clean work Martin. I'd like to see some depth under this iPhone here http://d.pr/i/br6G
It came out really great. But seriously this hand needs to be fixed haha.
Good luck with the launch.
Why is the "Get app" button raised while the social interaction icons are flat?
@Benjamin Fritz because I want to emphasize the "Get app" button. But you might be right, maybe it's not needed...
Love the cleans!
@Martin Oberhäuser I find it's rather breaking the consistency. Emphasis comes through the color and size, I would say.
@Martin Oberhäuser @Benjamin Fritz +1, the buttons should be with the same style!
That guys hands are not that great looking ;) you need a better hand model :)
ohh u beauty! Gr8 J
It looks just awesome!
I really like your style @Martin Oberhäuser, unfortunately I will have to steal some ideas from you :)
Slick & Sexy, Nicely done mate.
amazing like always
Openness feels amazing. Love it!
the "x" in the logo looks like a copy of yext.com
Great work. Is that Lineto’s Akkurat? If so, would love to learn a bit more about how you’ve acquired a web/mobile license for it.
Looking good Martin!
Nice design man. Also a great city, Hamburg :)
the hand steals the concentration from the app. Maybe a female hand will look more appropriate.
@cat I've never seen the "yext" logo before, but there are many logos out there with "...ext..." in the name, so it's hard to avoid similarities.
@Vitor Lourenço you're right about the font. I was hoping that Lineto comes out with a web version before we launch, but apparently they won't so I'll have to change it to a DIN or something similar... ;)
I need this app so bad! Want to get rid of the Deutsche Bahn app for years now.
Very nice and clen design!
Didn't see something smooth like that landing page for a while now. Me gusta Nextr icon especially :)
Really nice type!
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