20 Responses

  1. Pete Lacey Pete Lacey

    Sweet 'n simple login screen for Podio iPad.

    I shall never stop posting photos of iPads at angles.


    over 1 year ago

  2. Mani Mani

    super clean @Pete Lacey

    over 1 year ago

  3. Mark Stoumann Mark Stoumann

    Yum...... @Pete Lacey

    over 1 year ago

  4. Iani Tararache Iani Tararache

    We want your next shot upside down. For some neck exercise :)

    Serious now, I like it!

    over 1 year ago

  5. Jakob Henner Jakob Henner

    Very sexy.

    Your tilted shots do lack two very important features though:

    1. Some blur
    2. A cool instagram effect

    In time I guess...


    over 1 year ago

  6. Pete Lacey Pete Lacey

    @Jakob Henner - I'll make sure the next one is on a Polaroid


    over 1 year ago

  7. Samuel Couto Samuel Couto

    I wanna dive into that blue man, extremely clean!

    P.S.: A Polaroid shot next would be awesome, a real one I mean!
    Taking tilted shots to a whole another level! :D

    over 1 year ago

  8. Harry simpson Harry simpson

    This is stunning! I love the cleanlieness of it!

    over 1 year ago

  9. Jérôme Montagne Jérôme Montagne

    Really nice.
    Think I'll try Podio.


    over 1 year ago

  10. A slightly different design aesthetic for the Podio iPad app required a refresh of our filetype icons to fit in with the sleeker, more minimal, design.

    Top row are files linked from Google Docs. There is a whole bunch of files not included here, and they are getting particularly tricky to represent in this way, and for the version at a much smaller size. The battle continues.

    over 1 year ago

  11. Kartik Mahant  Kartik Mahant 

    I don't know why there is no login button, other then this looks awesome.

    over 1 year ago

  12. Creative Goat Creative Goat

    It looks really good, simple and clean.

    over 1 year ago

  13. Jim Silverman Jim Silverman

    not pictured: submit button (?)

    over 1 year ago

  14. Brent Jackson Brent Jackson

    Love it. There definitely needs to be more monochromatic interfaces.

    over 1 year ago

  15. Steffen Nørgaard Andersen Steffen Nørgaard Andersen

    Looking nice @Pete - When is this going live?

    over 1 year ago

  16. Richard Monk Richard Monk

    Nice work Pete.

    Simple ✓
    Clean ✓
    Precise ✓


    over 1 year ago

  17. So, after many many many months of hard work I can proudly announce that we've (finally) released Podio for iPad.

    It's a been a long but exciting journey trying to distill Podio's complexities for iPad, and I can honestly say I've learned something new with every twist and turn. This first version of the app is very much a companion to the web version, but over time it will evolve into an app that can stand on it's own.

    Now my little baby is taking its first step out there in the world for everyone to see, which is equally terrifying as it is exciting. I can't wait to see what the future holds for this guy.

    A massive round of applause has to be given for Podio's iOS developer, Sebastian, who had to listen to my crazy ideas and random hand movements used to describe animations, yet still manage to construct a blisteringly fast iPad app.

    Head over to the App Store on your iPad to grab it.


    Re: Where I stand on tilty iPad shots on Dribbble.

    I don't give a crap. The main reason *I* use them is because when you experience a design on a device you don't see that design in pixels, you see it as part of the world. The device's "being" is part of the design, and therefore it makes sense (to me) to show this context in the shot rather than a random patch of pixels which is never the way you'd experience the product unless you're some kind of robot. Some people like it, some people don't. I honestly take it on a case by case basis. Don't be a hater just because the effect is used a lot. Peace.

    over 1 year ago

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  19. Mauro Fontanari Mauro Fontanari

    Fantastic work! Love!

    over 1 year ago

  20. Yura Yarokhovich Yura Yarokhovich


    over 1 year ago

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