Wedding Venue iOS App

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  1. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    This is the first draft of an iOS app I'm designing for a wedding venue website.

    It will allow people to search for wedding venues based on location and the amount of guests they wish to attend. The app will calculate a price based on the current packages provided by the hotels and allow the users to book their wedding through the app itself.

    The design above contains two screenshots. The one on the left is the logo of the actual wedding site and the one on the right shows a listing of hotels after the user has inputted their selected area and amount of guests. The user scrolls down through the hotels and selects the hotel they wish to look at more closely. More detailed information will be available after they select the hotel on this screenshot.

    I would appreciate any comments on the above design if possible as iOS design is not normally my strong point.

    12 months ago

  2. Ben Hubbard Ben Hubbard

    Can you post a full view so I can zoom in a little? :)

    12 months ago

  3. Dale Morrell Dale Morrell

    All looks lovely, although I did have to glance at the logo a few times before I got it. Might be just my tired eyes!

    The app looks really cool, however maybe the venue name, rating and price should have more prominence?

    Also, is there a need for so much description, or even a description at all at that stage? Maybe let the imagery, rating and price push the decision, and lose the extra noise.

    Good stuff though!

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    12 months ago

  4. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    @Ben Hubbard I'll send you something shortly Ben.

    12 months ago

  5. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    @Dale Morrell Thanks for the comment Dale. Logo is unfortunately provided to me by the client although I am in strong discussions to possibly update and change. Only the first draft so will take your suggestions on board. Thanks mate.

    12 months ago

  6. Ben Hubbard Ben Hubbard

    Nice work Brian. I really like the colour scheme, feels like it's nice and fresh. I'd try and give the text more breathing space (line height, padding around it, and a slightly larger font-size), and make sure there's less of it. However, it's a really good use of imagery and gives a lot of useful info quickly (star rating etc :))

    Good work

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    12 months ago

  7. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    @Ben Hubbard Thanks Ben! Really appreciate the comment. I see what you mean in regards to giving the text more breathing space and perhaps reducing the amount. I'll alter that in the next draft. Cheers dude.

    12 months ago

  8. Barry Mccalvey Barry Mccalvey

    Great work!

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    12 months ago

  9. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    @Barry Mccalvey Thanks Barry!

    12 months ago

  10. Katie Murray Katie Murray

    This is lovely! I agree with @Ben Hubbard about line height and legibility. Nice, clean and modern feeling.

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    12 months ago

  11. Brian McGloughlin Brian McGloughlin

    @Katie Murray Thanks Katie! I appreciate the comment. Line height and legibility have been improved in the second draft.

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    12 months ago

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