I've been working on an iPhone UI. Really enjoyed it, I'd love to start doing more mobile work so I had a free evening to get some practice in.
I'd like feedback on the design, it's maybe the second iOS UI I've done.
If @Jeff Broderick & @Brian Benitez could give me their thoughts on this I'd really appreciate it! :)
If you want to view this on your iPhone 5 here is the link to the pixels http://d.pr/iiew
11 months ago
@Kenil Bhavsar Thanks!
Clean and stylish.
@Alexander Zaytsev Appreciate it :)
@Mike Busby looks pretty badass but it's always hard to give feedback when things are mocked up. Though it is done by you so I am pretty damn sure it is awesome.
Checking out the Links now. :)
Looks great, one thing I noticed when I viewed it on my camera roll is the tappable area for the comments and likes could be a bit taller. Great job man!
Edit: What is the reason for putting the settings button on the right as oppose to the "side drawer"?
great to see some good skeuomorphism again:-)
really like the small shiny lip on the topbar! color scheme is also pretty cool! glyphs perfect!
I would maybe use less oppacity on the inner shadow of the topbar glyphs but honestly its already cool enough!!
@Jetpacks and Rollerskates Thanks!
@Matt Mischuk Thanks for the feedback, the idea would be that the like would be a double tap on the photo, same as instagram, and the buttons would take you to the list of likes, (or to unlike) or the comments. But yeah that could be tweaked.
@Martin David Thanks or your feedback. I appreciate it!
Mike, this looks great man! Very well executed!
Not much as far as functional, feedback—though aesthetically, I'd say this follows an older trend (being that it's a bit heavier with gradients, depth, and textures).
@Brian Benitez Thanks man! Yeah I was debating which style to go with, picked this as it's a personal favorite of mine.
Super well-executed, man! :)
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