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  1. Eric Eriksson Eric Eriksson

    Hello Dribbble!
    I'm the Product Designer working on our Discover page. We're constantly tweaking our algorithms to give you the most relevant music recommendations. I felt the design of the page was in dire need of some love and a good clean up, too.

    This is very much a work in progress, but I wanted to share some of our progress with the community. We'll continue to iterate this for a while longer and make sure everything fits together the way it should before launch. Keep an eye open for a much cleaner Discover experience coming your way soon.

    Feedback welcome. Except about the thumbs. I'm going to change them :)

    Cheers,
    Eric

    7 months ago

  2. Thilo Becker Thilo Becker

    hey eric,
    IMO line-spacing is too much -> bad for belongings.
    i would remove the upper box with the profile pictures and just use text.

    i am looking forward to the new algorithms, cause atm i dont really like the recommended music.

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    7 months ago

  3. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    I like the card approach here, quite easy to digest and I bet the photos do a lot of talking. Does it make sense to style the 'types' of cards slightly differently?

    • Shared
    • XXX has been listening to...
    • You've been listening to...

    Does it even make sense to differentiate these? I dunno...

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    7 months ago

  4. Tony Hjärtström Tony Hjärtström

    Looks nice!

    One thing I'm not quite fond of concerning the discover feature is the fact that the list gets way too long. Google did a pretty sweet function allowing the user to swipe left/right to remove the cards in Google Now. Perhaps swipe left likes, swipe right removes? Might give you that extra room to put focus on other cool functions where you have the like/don't like icons now...

    But anyway it looks really crisp!

    7 months ago

  5. Bob Schuster Bob Schuster

    Looking really nice. I miss the "What's New" focus of the section. I discovered quite a few artists through that. I think Ted's comment about differentiating the sections, even very slightly, would be worth exploring. Maybe just a thin stroke of color or something that subtle. Keep up the great work!

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    7 months ago

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