iOS Time Line for iPhone

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  1. Eric Hoffman Eric Hoffman

    More of my current client. Need some feedback on the fonts being used.
    Are they bad?

    over 2 years ago

  2. Nick Jarvis Nick Jarvis

    I'm not big on the font where you've used on Park City.. looks almost too cheesy..

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    over 2 years ago

  3. Anthony Lagoon Anthony Lagoon

    I like the fonts. I think they work great, but it doesn't hurt considering how the fun, scripty font plays with the seemingly tough, edgy, sporty content that it looks like this app will be featuring. If they don't conflict with the overall brand of the company/client then I say keep them.

    over 2 years ago

  4. Charles Riccardi Charles Riccardi

    Woah, that is super sick man. I definitely think the fonts need work. Something that is more legible would probably be a better fit. Especially if people are walking, in sunlight, I mean actually being mobile, it might be harder to process.

    UPDATE: I love the layout, by the way. Having the time on the left is really great. The user can then use that as reference, especially if they want to search for a particular item (an added benefit). It also feels like there is a lot of grey. Not sure if another highlight color could be used. Just a thought.

    Incredible job, man.

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    over 2 years ago

  5. Gadzhi Kharkharov Gadzhi Kharkharov

    Digging that gradient on cogwheel)

    over 2 years ago

  6. Kevin Anderson Kevin Anderson

    I like the overall look! But I have to agree with @charlesriccardi in terms of the font. Other then that, nice job man!

    over 2 years ago

  7. Nabeel Khalid Nabeel Khalid

    I love it but…

    The 'back' text on the button is 2 pixels to high. Also the little clock image is the same shade as it's background. Maybe it should be slightly lighter. And finally the bottom tabbar font could this font:
    http://www.dafont.com/coamei.font

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    over 2 years ago

  8. Corey Haggard Corey Haggard

    Sweet shot, I love that back button!!

    over 2 years ago

  9. Gadzhi Kharkharov Gadzhi Kharkharov

    Also, why do you use "Back" label in your designs?
    http://cl.ly/BlDA

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    over 2 years ago

  10. Eric Hoffman Eric Hoffman

    Gadzhi, this is something I completely disagree with. Half the time interfaces end up truncating the label, and especially in this app titles in the nav bar will be long. Back is fine with me and has never confused a user.

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    over 2 years ago

  11. Nicholas Swanson Nicholas Swanson

    I think the 'Back' and cog wheel should be grayscale (maybe white or light gray), as they use the same blue as the active tab in the bottom menu, which throws me off slightly as they aren't in use... yet, and call too much attention.

    Otherwise I think it looks great, the font is warm, playful, and inviting, which good memories should be.

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    over 2 years ago

  12. Matthew Sanders Matthew Sanders

    This is fantastic. I do agree with the contrast concern with the legibility of the font but other than that I think it fits quite well. Great work!

    over 2 years ago

  13. Esad Hajdarevic Esad Hajdarevic

    The buttons in the navbar feel like they're already in the pressed state. The fonts are all right, but maybe try a variant with slightly more weight for the title?

    Make sure you check how it looks on non-retina displays.

    over 2 years ago

  14. Jason Wu Jason Wu

    Nice work! You made it to the home page again.

    over 2 years ago

  15. Rich Tabor Rich Tabor

    Nicely done for sure. Sharp and crisp!

    over 2 years ago

  16. Konrad Kolasa Konrad Kolasa

    Nice overall! Though I'm not sure if I enjoy the tabbar... I mean it's a bit more different than navbar. Navbar looks more 3D and realistic, tabbar has no bevel effect and no shadow what seems to me strange. And navbar is more clean than tabbar (I mean fe. noised inner glow there). Please, don't be angry on me... Maybe I'd just do it differently, worse. Just my oppinion.

    over 2 years ago

  17. Antoine Plu Antoine Plu

    Nice work man ! But i think the angle of the big frame is too large, just choose 2 or 3 px for the corner and it will be great.
    You have a navbar and a tabbar are a little different, It intended?

    over 2 years ago

  18. imPekable imPekable

    darn it Eric. I find myself Liking everything you produce!

    over 2 years ago

  19. 3magine 3magine

    The font isn't bad at all. It's very legible. If you'd like to try some other script fonts, check out Brisas (and Alternates) as well as one Orman Clark used in the following PSD, http://www.premiumpixels.com/freebies/dark-button-navigation-2-psd/.

    I would also explore an alternative version where the time stamps are located above the photos as opposed to the left side, allowing for more space to be taken up by the photo.

    over 2 years ago

  20. Kerem Suer Kerem Suer

    Very nice, especially the timeline I like a lot as a UI pattern. Do you think the time is a bit too close to the left edge?

    And I think you can getaway without the pointy outer box, but again these are personal things, it looks awesome as is and I would buy this app just for the sharp UI...

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    over 2 years ago

  21. Matt D. Smith Matt D. Smith

    The UI is super nice. I do think the script font seems a bit hokey though.

    over 2 years ago

  22. szw szw

    love it!

    over 2 years ago

  23. Stephan Rosger Stephan Rosger

    I like seeing the exploratory use of different types of fonts here. Not everything needs to be Lucida Grande, Lobster or a Gothic Font – Waaay to much of that everywhere.

    Lets see where it goes.

    over 2 years ago

  24. Roberto Ortiz Roberto Ortiz

    Nice, loving the use of textures.

    over 2 years ago

  25. Mason Yarnell Mason Yarnell

    Don't know, how I missed this when you posted it, but this looks phenomenal. Awesome take on the timeline.

    over 2 years ago

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