I'm incredibly happy after months of hard work, we have launched the Storylane Reader iPhone app. Go ahead, Download it from the App Store and let me konw what you think!
3 months ago
I'm constantly impressed with your work Matej. Not that it matters, but you're an inspirational designer for me.
This. Is. Amazing! Android version maybe?
Thanks @Kerem Suer ! I really appreciate it. Also, I have to give credit where it's due: A huge part of the UX came to life with the help of this guy -> Andy Mangold
very nice stuff vincu!
I notice all of the timestamps in the screenshots on the app store read 4:20... sounds like Matej's work to me.
super interesting story scrolling idea.
Really nice interations, legibility and icons. Congrats.
killer app sir... the interactions are awesome ;-)
Good job .)
Nice one! A lot of good touches in there.
what a wonderfully designed app. great job! love it :)
Yeah man! Nice work with all of details like icons, buttons...
This looks swell Matej! Really curious about the app. Good work!
@Matej Hrescak Really beautiful app, absolutely love the page flipping UX/UI. Great work.
This looks really nice, but I've had a few issues trying to get the app to work.
Just so you know. I signed in with Twitter, it then took me to a registration screen which I filled it for it to tell me someone was already using that email address.
So registered without Twitter and used a different email address. Then it took me to the swipe up for stories screen, but nothing happens...
@Sam Morris Thanks for this report. It seems that despite very thorough tests, bugs like this still manage to somehow make it to the product. I'm noting this down and will have someone to work on it. Just a few Q's : what device are you using? have you signed up for storylane before? Thanks again for letting me know.
@Matej Hrescak Yeah I know how that is. I was on an iPhone 5 signing up for the first time.
I managed to get it working with Facebook signin and it looks really nice. The scroll list is quick to navigate and gives you enough of a preview to draw you in. A difficult balance but it works really well.
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