I think people hate renders now so posting elements of an app i'm working on. Bigger shots are attached.
Feedback would be appreciated.
2 months ago
Great work!! looks nice on the phone.
This is gorgeous. Love the squircled buttons in the top bar.
I love how in option-1 there is no line to separate the nav and toggle..would have loved to seen that carried through to actual size..nonetheless- I am going to use that idea!!! Great colors homie...
I prefer option 1.. I think the flag treatment works nicely with the rest of the theme. I also love the icons you've created!
Love it! ;-)
Those shadows seem too strong.
Lovely colors :)
Option 2 by far. Cleaner and brighter. Nicely done!
Not fan of big orange button in the tabbar.
Option 1 for cells, cleaner and lighter.
I opt for option 1 :)
@Donald Johns Thanks. I haven't checked it on phone yet. Going to now :P
@Christophe Tauziet Thanks!
@Chris Irwin true that without separator version is more clean and good looking. I'm going with that option regardless of what client says :P
@Connie C. I liked the option-1 too but I'm not sure what you're referring to as "Flag". Those icons are from ss-pika.
@Adis yea it needs final touches (:
@Matthieu Laroche neither me, thinking to change it to more clean tab style which would fit with the rest of the design.
@Tobia Crivellari @Rory Reiff @Şükrü Yıldızel @Stosion @harwen Thanks folks for your kind words!
Awesome! Number 1 is my favorite!
Difficult one Zee7, 1 = userfriendly, 2 = designwise nice. I'll go for 1.
option 2 @zee7 ✽
I can spot four sans-serif fonts. Take a pick and don't take Verlag as you probably won't get a mobile license for it anyway.
about 1 month ago
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