objc.io by Paulo

Design for objc.io, an independent publisher of videos, books and issues on advanced iOS and macOS development.

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Bundle Page

October 17, 2017

Check out the full screenshot. With the introduction of curated Bundles, it was obvious each bundle would need its own page. They’re pretty straightforward: • a list of books included in the bundle, with number indicators colored with...

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Book page

Updated (and Themed!) Book Page

October 17, 2017

Check out the full screenshot. Along with introduction of new curated Bundles and an updated Buy component, the objc.io Book Page was also slightly updated. One noticeable change is the introduction of themes. Book pages and Book Previ...

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Buy Component

October 17, 2017

Press Z to see at 100%. New Buy component for objc.io. With the introduction of new book purchase options like Team Ebooks and Bundles, the book purchasing interface got very crowded, so it was time to update the design to accomodate t...

Bundle cards

Bundle Cards

October 17, 2017

Press Z to see at 100%. Now with 4 books published, objc.io introduced curated Book Bundles, replacing the old pick-and-mix bundle system. These are represented by a new Bundle card. Each of the Bundles has a defining solid pastel-lik...

Book cards

Book Cards

October 17, 2017

Press Z to see at 100%. New book card design for objc.io. Book cards summarize the essential information about a book of usage in book listings, with the book’s brand gradient as its most prominent visual feature. They accomodate tempor...

Three Tiny Icons

October 12, 2016

Three small icons in default and active state.

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Online Preview

December 14, 2015

Gradients go big on the header for the new online book previews on objc.io. Check out the attachment.

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Read and Buy

December 14, 2015

An update to book pages on objc.io, with new buttons and an online preview option (see the Dribbble shot), to coincide with the release of their latest book, Core Data. Check out the attachment.

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