I have been spending a while thinking about how we can improve our product screen. We finally got the time to spend towards iOS 7 enhancements, so I took the opportunity to update it.
Here is a sneak peek at one of my explorations. It still has some iOS 6 resemblance (I love me some defined buttons).
5 months ago
You know what they say about "Back"-labelled back buttons?
I still think that the defined buttons are the way to go. Good work Jeff!
love it man. just the right amount of tactile-ness.
Looks great! But so much blur. Blur on top of blur on top of blur...
Buttons should have borders. End of story.
Looks great! And I think I'm with you on the defined button…
The only thing i would add to all the great feedback is that you have text on buttons that for the most part are self explanatory like... "Back". The other icons are not as familiar and would better suit the user to use text there... just my thoughts :)
Great look none the less @Jeff Broderick
I like it a lot overall - agree with most of the comments above as well. I'm not familiar with this and the three center buttons all seem to imply the same basic action of sending or adding something to something, but other than that, I like the style. (and I don't mind a good back button with back label even if apple doesn't love them. In general, I think moving towards iOS7 style without going all the way minimal is a good thing.
Ooh, what app is this?
I love it Jeff!
Keep those subtle iOS6 touches they help define the buttons.
Hm, not sure about the design of the buttons, they feel inconsistent, since mixing translucent/transparent style with white borders and filled style and a black border - that does imo come from two different pages.
I like this, but I think the defined buttons don't add much, except for maybe the 'Follow' btn. I really like the icons, why not have back as an icon also?
So fun to see your work pop up on the front page. Keep up the awesome work Jeff.
Apple is telling developers not to use defined buttons. Interface would be lovely with the new guidelines, I think you should try them. You could try different colors like green for follow and red for unfollow to give user a feedback on if he is already following or not (try it without a button). Space the central icons evenly and it'll be perfect — in my vision, of course.
Oh, when applicable the back button should say the name of the last screen for the user better locate himself.
Love your work, fuck the trends.
Im gonna play devils advocate here and say the buttons look a little heavy - especially with the bolder text. Yes, they look tappable and eliminate ambiguity, but perhaps they need trimming down to maintain a more 'iOS7'-esque aesthetic.
Regardless of my comments, the balance, colours and overall feel is top-notch.
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