One of the most annoying things I experienced searching for rentals was the application process. You have to fill bunch of boring application material...
What was my landlords last name?
Shit what was my manager's phone number?
Hey honey, when did we move into our last place?
Fuck, my address doesn't fit in this absurdly small field, why would they fit everything in a single page, god damn it.
Well you know what? Now you don't have to remember all this stuff. Just fill in your Lovely application once, and you're good to go. Now you can apply to apartments with one click.
Although, I gotta say looking at those paper forms was so much fun, some of them were super cramped but well designed. So I would be lying if I said I didn't take some inspiration from them.
I'm super excited about this functionality, and the fun thing is, this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Go check out the real thing at livelovely.com.
5 months ago
Such lovely form fields.
btw, Walter earned far more than $70,000 :P
Of course he uses Yahoo.
Ah, man. Seriously? I've never seen a form so beautiful. I'm not a fan of designing forms, but you are kinda changing my mind here! Thanks for the inspiration!
This is without a doubt the most beautiful form I've ever seen! Only the avatar annoys me a little since the padding left and on top are different from the padding right and bottom, if that even makes sense :-). Again great update!
Lovely work, @Kerem. Only downside for me is that I have (indoor) rabbits, and the initial form on livelovely.com only supports cats and dogs.
Looks really nice/clean!
This is lovely!
Wow, I never knew an application could make you so upset.
I really like the way monetary values are inputted. Great work.
@Cinn :D its for one day :DD then it should be fine for living :DDD
I was expecting more income .. 650k ... EACH.
@Chakib Tsouli This is a cover page. We know how much that man makes in reality.
@Kerem Suer Like a boss.
Neat, clean and beautiful. Like it.
Awesome work man!! Looks fantiastic
Looks *lovely* indeed, but as mentioned before, the right and bottom padding to the avatar looks off. Another thing: There are quite a lot of vertical lines in your design. I doubt, you need all of them to make clear which label belongs to which form. Less vertical lines enable you to use whitespace more efficiently and is easier on the eye in my opinion.
This is very clean!
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