I was playing around with a silly idea for an app over the weekend. Here's one of the screens I mocked up. Each subscreen would be this kind of popover that slid over the main UI, but left enough space for navbar controls. There are probably some apps that already do this kinda thing, just drawing blanks.
about 1 year ago
Clean, *love* the icon coloring. Is that Proxima for titles? What's the serif up top?
@Paul Leon Mederos The sans serif typeface is Futura.
Those circular icons are stylish!
What's the icon in the titlebar? Is that a crescent moon and stars? I ask because we're working on something that needs a single icon that represents "horoscopes" without using the individual signs.
Awesome, did you Flinto it? ;)
@Patrick Haney Yep, nailed it. Think it works?
@Nathan Haha, not this one—but have been using Flinto a *ton*. Will have to meet with you again in a week or two and let you know how its been (spoiler alert: awesome).
(latest wish: transferring/sharing prototypes.)
Good call @Brian Benitez. We were talking about either a sun/moon combo or stars creating a constellation over here, so I think the moon/stars combo works well.
I love the serif. Well done!
Good work Brian!
I love the color dynamic you chose for the signs, it adds character.
@Brian Benitez I love the minimalism, and I like the use of Futura, quite a lot. I was really confused about the text showing above the menu options, though. Is that the main UI, and the menu options are overlaid on it? Did I get to those menu options by tapping that array in the top left? Looking forward to seeing more on this project!
love the icons, not to keen on the serif font
by Brian Benitez
After spending some time on the back burner, we've had a chance to refocus on this—and I'm stoked that it's finally moving into development!
Interface-wise there have been quite a few changes since the last post. While keeping things straightforward and simple, we've opted for a more unique UI by trying to get creative and keep everything centralized in a 'single view'. The colors we chose are based off of an occult astrological chart that assigns a color of the rainbow to each sign of the Zodiac. Oh, you might also notice the wordmark. I'm actually still working on that part, but this is an unrefined comp of the latest.
Anyway, still working on a few last details while simultaneously ramping up development on this—I hope to get this app in everyone's hands in March.
For more updates, follow Collective Ray on Twitter.
2 months ago
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