Moodswings | Wireframes


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  1. Gustav Schiring Gustav Schiring

    Wireframes and early prototype of an Iphone Application. "Moodswings" lets you add and track your daily mood through time and location. Check how people in your neighborhood are feeling and understand the reasons behind your moodswings. For video visit:

    Made in collaboration with Wiktor Persson.

    about 2 years ago

  2. Sarper Erel Sarper Erel

    It looks pretty sweet and your site looks wonderful too.

    I have a question, tho (and it's not rhetoric, I am really curious about your/ people's opinion here). Don't you think it kind of loses the point behind wireframing when the wireframes look this finished/polished/wonderful ?


    about 2 years ago

  3. Gustav Schiring Gustav Schiring

    Good point. This is a two-man project and since we are working so close together we both know pretty early in the process how we would like the end result to be. Therefore the wireframes and the design becomes a more simultaneous process than I believe it would be in a project with more people involved. In this particular case the wireframes and the final design are done by the same people.


    about 2 years ago

  4. Jordan Price Jordan Price

    Hey I looked at your site. Really like the clean layout. Good job on that one. Someone definitely needs to scoop you up for an internship or job soon!

    Only thing I think you should think about on your site is all the copy describing each project. I know you put a lot of blood and sweat into each one of those and probably feel the need to describe each one in depth, but I think the fact is that people don't read what they see on websites (especially visual based portfolios). People scan. You should show someone your site sometime while leaning over their shoulder. You'll probably notice that they won't even read any of the copy at all.

    I think the solution is to think about small, quickly digestible bullet points or really short paragraphs.

    Anyway, besides that I think you've got some great work going. I'm looking forward to see what you post in the future.


    about 2 years ago

  5. Meng To Meng To

    Love the wireframe and the faces. Very cool.

    about 2 years ago

  6. Roberto Ortiz Roberto Ortiz

    Always great to see behind the scenes.

    about 2 years ago

  7. Pino Lamanna Pino Lamanna

    this is really off the chain. great work

    about 2 years ago

  8. Anke Mackenthun Anke Mackenthun

    these are great!

    about 2 years ago

  9. thetypebeast thetypebeast

    This totally reminds me of Moodstats!

    about 2 years ago

  10. Chris Striepecke Chris Striepecke

    Good Stuff!

    almost 2 years ago

  11. Patrick Loonstra Patrick Loonstra

    Looking forward for the launch.
    Will it also work together work the Fitbit api?

    over 1 year ago

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