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  1. Max Rudberg Max Rudberg

    The recipe view on iPhone. The ingredients are peaking into the screen from the right (they are animated upon entry to the screen as a hint).

    We opted to replace the back button + text with just a glyph to give room for long recipe names.

    Tapping the photo rotates it to full screen. Each of the icon underneath the photo can also be tapped. Times mentioned in a recipe are shortcuts to bring up the egg timer with that time already set.

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    8 months ago

  2. Andrea Cau Andrea Cau

    Love so much your apps @Max. The best part of your apps that I love is how you have implemented the ingredients on the right side of the UI.

    8 months ago

  3. Nigel Evans Nigel Evans

    Looks very clean and easy to use indeed, a great design @Max

    8 months ago

  4. Anton Kudin Anton Kudin

    If you think about the row of icons, everything is recipe&cooking-related, but not share. Kind of feel theres a good place top, right at the title bar for a share glyph.

    8 months ago

  5. Anton Kudin Anton Kudin

    A cooking app in general benefits from a thing called a marker.

    When I cook according to a long recipe, i tend to forget what to do and need to go back to reading. If there's a marker on the page, i know exactly where i left (or what step i am at right now).

    Most of the time its some sort of an arrow or a pointer. It could even be something tied to the vertical slider-indicator?

    Just another thought.

    8 months ago

  6. Max Rudberg Max Rudberg

    Really appreciate your thoughts, @Anton Kudin.

    The share button placement is a bit out of place, we've considered moving it to the bottom of recipes to tie in with other planned features.

    I'm not sure about the navbar placement though, because in my experience it's easily forgotten about there. Even though you might think that's not the case.

    Sliders sounds interesting, but would have to be made quite simple to be usable. Not sure what that would be. Have you seen it in other apps?

    8 months ago

  7. Anton Kudin Anton Kudin

    @Max Rudberg epicurious has a yellow arrow that you move around. Basil allows you to tap and mark current step in preparation.

    8 months ago

  8. Jordan Borth Jordan Borth

    @Max Rudberg is this how the app will look in iOS 7 as well?

    8 months ago

  9. Max Rudberg Max Rudberg

    @Jordan Borth it's not. I'm keeping that under wraps :)


    8 months ago

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