This week, I finally moved some wires into hi-fi design. Yes, that's my client and buddy, Hunter :)
10 months ago
This looks so clean. Love them color strips!
@Noam Liss thanks man!
@Eddie Lobanovskiy thanks bro! The color strips are pulling from the photo and then randomizing the placement. Will be neato :)
Very Neat and Clean UI.
Just love it...
wow! this is so clean!
Fresh colours! Not sure about the '...' after the time stamp. Is that something that reflects another part of the app? (It's on the photo caption too)
Nice one, man!!
looking forward to seeing more of your work.
Really like this one.
Good as in really good!
Awesome as always.
Love that idea Eric! But will the colors work together when there is a very shiny and colorful topbar? I would probably use a kind of neutral topbar, but I think you might've made it possible! :) Good job.
Love it ! The color strips as said by @Eddie Lobanovskiy are awesome !
Wicked idea about the color strips! I like all of it except one thing. What was the design decision not to use the same padding around the avatars http://d.pr/i/N525 http://d.pr/i/trIx ?? Just curious
Thanks all! Was worried about the spacing between the photos. Was not sure if it just bled into one another.
@Nick Sloggett are you referring to the vertical padding? I gave more padding on top to give the photos defining room on what photo belongs to what user.
hunter was telling me about this. looks good.
Yes and no I think it seems a bit off to not have equal padding vertically and horizontally. I think the association is there just by the nature of information consumption. Just my ten cents. I'm super stoked to see how that color pulling happens.. it sounds super cool.
What is the purpose of the "Aa" icons on the right?
Probably my favourite work of yours.
@Daryl Ginn thanks honey.
@Anthony Fonte to cause you to ask this question.
no textures? Is that possible?
It's beautifully simple. I love it!
@Jason Wu I shall resist. Thanks man! I worked with the best about a year ago and learned a thing or two ;)
Great work Eric!
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