I have been working on Traveltrooper since February. Here's a preview of the homepage in its current state. It isn't finished yet - I have things to add to the filter and the sidebar, and I have also hidden some elements for the time being.
I am the co-founder of Traveltrooper. We have just recruited our fourth team member. The team consists of a designer, project manager, web developer and iOS developer.
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10 months ago
Why are the footer items in Italic? :) Really nice design!
Looks nice man! Would like to maybe see a slight corner radius on the inner image (inside the border)
What means 1, 2, 3...?
@Jonathan Younes rank number I think
@Simon van Acht Just to separate it a little I think - do you see anything against it? :)
@Collin Henderson I'll give that a shot!
@Jonathan Younes It's the position - they are shown in order of rating (which is what the percentage is for).
@Ellie Stringer Correct! Any ideas on how to make that clearer? :)
I don't know.. I makes it stand out from the rest. Maybe that's not the goal with the footer :) I just noticed..
@Callum Chapman '1st' etc? It's not abstractly unclear though tbh :P
@Ellie Stringer I think it is pretty clear myself to be honest, but I know the product we're building inside out! 1st etc is interesting - I think this is something we will have to test on real users when we launch our first prototype! :)
@Simon van Acht That's true - it does make it stand out more, which is probably something it shouldn't do! Thanks for the feedback! :)
The shot looks awesome dude, everything has it's place and is very sharp on screen :)
I did look at the image a little deeper as you asked for some constructive feedback so here it is from me.
The text next each top destination isn't always left aligned to each other there are some variants of pixel differences.
The spacing from the left of the shot to the images border is 99 pixels yet on the right side from the edge to the flight times it's 100 pixels
the text and small flag inside the white transparent box (within the header image) is 1 pixel out from each other
the splits inbetween each top destination is 1 pixel out of left alignment
the boxes with the % inside are 2 pixels below the destination image, if this is meant then awesome :)
the flight time box is 1 pixel higher than the 1st top destination image
the title, check boxes and flight time title within the flight time box are out of left alignment by 1 and 2 pixels
As mentioned by @Collin Henderson the inside images should have a rounded corner just to make it sit nicer within the border. An additional to that i would make the number edge curved also just to add a little more softness to it
the flight time box has a 2 pixel boarder around it yet all other boxes have a 1 pixel gap, if the reason for this is to set a little bit more focus on the flight times then no need to read this :)
hope this helps
@Michael Shanks Your eyes are way too good for you to be human! Thanks man - I'm going to look into these tiny details some more. We're still pretty early on in the design stages, and I will definitely make sure I go through everything and make sure it's tip top! :) Thanks again! :)
@Callum Chapman no problem :) still a beautiful shot and looking forward to more in the later stages.
by Callum Chapman
Myself and the Traveltrooper team have been extremely busy this past month or so. Our website is being built as I type and our iPhone app is well underway too. I'm excited to be able to share with you today the first preview of our iPhone app. This is the main navigation menu in the app.
For those that don't know, Traveltrooper is a community for reviewing your travelling experiences and finding new travel destinations.
If you love to travel, have visited a few different destinations in recent years, and would like to beta test our website next month, please drop a comment and let me know!
Constructive feedback is extremely welcome.
UPDATE: Added a blurred background when the menu is active. Thoughts?
7 months ago
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