My Dribbble App concept.
What do you think?
Heroes of this work: Me. @Nathan Walker @Daryl Ginn @Team Rock @Sean McCabe and @Ivan Kutcher
9 months ago
I think overall it looks nice, clean and simple, but the debuts icon is a bit confusing.
Really nice man, keep it up.
Great work man! - one tip: should put search on top, it doesn't make that much sense down there.
If I may ask, what exactly is this conceptualizing?
This is a nice flat ui :) but hm... needs some more works on the details.
Look cool. Im not sure about shot borders, but all other is damn awesome.
Really cool! It also might be a lame thing to say, but I also kind of like how the presentation of the shots mostly mirrors the way it's presented on the website.
I think that helps reduce your learning curve (also your development time, if you end up pulling in the actual dribble site as a webview for the content pane).
Clean and very simple. Well done, Ilya.
Nice work! How about adding an Incoming activity button/dropdown to the top right-hand corner though? Right now, such a list seems to be missing completely.
heck yes! dude take my money or anyhing you like :D
А где обновление? А скролл или переход на след страницу? А перейти к загрузке работы в клик как?
@Sjors Snoeren Thanks. I just removed it from top bar, because I think, it makes the logo uncentered and yep, it's boring. Apps needs more interesting ways.
@Louie Mantia My vision of a Dribbble app.
@Jona Yes. I thought about it and now I think that I am fool because I didn't add this :)
@Ruslan Может тебе кофейку с куросаном принести? А кресло удобное? Вот и отлично.
Скролл я из принципа добавлять не стал в работу. Он появляется при прокрутке. Представь его и все. А шоты и автоматически обновляться могут. Хотя впрочем, можно бы добавить кнопку обновления справа наверху.
Looks nice! Personally though, I would find it quite annoying if I could only view 6 shots at a time. Is there an option to view more at once?
Very cool color combat :)
@Nick Holmer You can resize the window.
Beautiful! Love the soft pink you used. I would recommend making the fullscreen button bigger and centered in the bar, so it matched the other icon.
This is very visually consistent with the dribbble site design and Mac design standards. Well played!
@Ilja Miskov My question is more "why bother" since you have merely replicated the functionality of the website with seemingly no added benefit. Your design doesn't fit well within Mac OS X, so I'm trying to understand your prerogative.
Usually a concept showcases new ideas, theories, or opinions, and yours has very few. I'd challenge you to think more of what you'd want in a Dribbble app than just putting navigation elements in a source list.
Not bad but seem little bit unfinished (sorry budy) :)
I would like to have the search on the ttop bcs, favorite thing of dribble is inspiration so ppl search a lot i think.
Also i would like to add the ability to hide the side menu adn see only the content (pictures).
Then add ability to hide the sub catagories.
The shot seems little bit blury maybe add stroke? and also play little bit with the expand button.
Hope this will help you if you would like to know more ping me on twitter! Have a great day :) @Ilja Miskov
@Louie Mantia I can't add anything new in a Dribbble App, because Dribbble App is a place for inspiration, so as the Dribbble website. Also, their API are not allowing that.
@Luboš Volkov Search in the bottom because I like it. I don't like Mac default search position. It needs to be different here.
Other features what you told me about - They must be in the other screens of app. I cannot add trillion features in one screen. Excuse me.
This looks gorgeous!
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