What's New ?? What’s new? We’re about to get 'meta' as the What’s New is what’s new. Yes, it’s new, it has emoji, we even drew a train (that moves!). Case st...
Live! YPlan Nav on Android After months of planning we have pushed the new YPlan Nav live to all our Android users. How we did it and what we want to achieve from this naviga...
Screen transitions - feed to details and back Continuing work into the interaction design of Cinema Club App. Here I'm looking at viewing and discarding interactions and transitions. built on ...
Cinema Club transition exploration After releasing the MVP a week or so ago we have started to look at new features / interactions. Home to details exploration has been particularly...
Sharing Showtimes on Cinema Club Helping users share showtimes with friends by guiding them with clear copy. Being able to share cinema times with friends was one of our main goal...
Details Scroll Interaction During the design phase of Cinema Club we toyed with a number of design for each screen. With the project being very time restrictive we looked int...
YPlan Android Nav Exploration Continuing work on the navigation, this is what a customer would see if they are not signed in. Here we are looking at transitions between sections...
Ios Nav exploration YPlan More exploration into the navigation reshuffle. We are trying to give the the 'wishlist' and 'tickets' section more exposure but with minimal chang...
Exposing Search on YPlan Next big focus is a navigational redesign with the main focus on exposing 'wishlist' and 'tickets'. While this is the main focus we also want to e...
Pixate - Hide & show topbar on scroll Getting the topbar to reappear on pull down was the bane of my Pixate life. Then I found this article explaining exactly how to do it! Big thanks ...
Sorting Animation on YPlan With all the new events being added to YPlan we have been redesigning how the user can filter results and now we are adding sorting to the app. T...
Android Filters - top bar interaction on Pixate With the increasing number of events available in our use cases (this weekend, date night, near you etc) we needed to rethink how the user filters ...