Went and added some life into the UI, dark looks nice in some spots but I just thought it was lookign a bit dead. Making progress on this hope to share more screens soon!
7 months ago
Ah, much nicer.
I noticed something interesting though. In the logo you have the word "Prevent" with an arrow facing backwards, but lower you have "Progress" with an arrow facing forwards!
I'm liking this iteration much more, excited to see things progress. By the way is Seth type 1 or type 2?
It is really hard to look details from the screenshot, can you please add real pixels screen here.
@Gabrael Green I think Seth is just prediabetic at this point. :P
@chaitanyamendu It's not quite ready for it's prime time spot in the spotlight yet.
No problem! Overall composition wise it looks really clean. Great work!
Weird presentation, bro.
ahh ahh it's about to fall...the suspense
Really like where this is going. I prefer lighter UI as well. I would also like to lighten up the black screen a bit so I can see more of the cover image. Good stuff!
@Mike Meyer Sorry bro. *fist bump*
@Daniel Waldron I think @Mike Meyer is talking about the perspective panel thing. I mean, I get it... you don't want people stealing your ideas. But:
1. Don't post ideas that need to be protected.
2. If someone here wanted to steal an idea, the perspective doesn't matter. We can use Photoshop.
3. People ripping off pixels just get pixels. The real stuff is the idea or at least the layered PSD.
4. If you still want to use perspective, at least put it in a phone. At least that way we're getting it in context. Probably a better way to look at it anyway. PLUS, you can put some cool screen glare on it to totally foil those pixel-thieves.
I've been using a 5C iPhone mockup to test designs out with the new color palette.
Nice work. You're doing a nice job of incorporating some of the lighter, thinner, iOS7 style icons without getting to obvious. I'd love to see the menu bar and the white panel semi-translucent (like 90%) with a blur on the photo behind it.
beautiful. the icons rock!
@David Stewart I'm not worried about people ripping it off, I simply presented it like this because when you have a canvas that is 640 x 1136px it's kind of hard to show it in a 800 x 600px rectangle is all. I appreciate the "tips & tricks" but I'll do what I want, it's just dribbble I do not take this place all serious. Cheers!
@Daniel Waldron And you don't want to upload a larger version? I mean, do what you want. Just want to give real feedback and the tilted card makes it difficult to see the design.
Maybe I'm taking Dribbble too seriously. Guess I don't get the point if it's just posting slanted comps and waiting for people to say, "good job!". Not saying that is what YOU are doing but it's kind of rampant and the main criticism of Dribbble as a community.
I guess I don't analyse things like a lot of people here. I just like shit that looks nice. And this shit looks nice.
I'm sure that whenever the design for this is final, Daniel will post the full-frontal beauty.
Yup, @Jake Moore is right. You can always count on me for a full-frontal!
Lighter UI feels much better. Which icon pack are you pulling from for the plate and foot print icons? or did you draw them?
4 months ago
@Justin Graham They are custom handcrafted icons. ;)
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