This is an older version of a redesign experiment. My focus here was to create an interface that felt powerful, but bright and approachable. Because we were using a standard tab bar, I wanted to make it feel really special.
All compliments, criticism, and feedback accepted :)
over 1 year ago
Love it. I'd like to see some more visible separation between avatar and attached photo.
@James Scott good call. Thanks for the feedback!
@Sinziana Ene thanks!
@Kevin Kalde Thanks Kevin!
Nice man, I would not include the profile pictures of the ones liking just the picture of the photo they interacted with! It get's too much on that lil' screen! :)
I really like the green button!
@Victor Erixon Although I think that a piece of what you're saying is right, I think there is an emotional connection that is created when a user sees their friends (or a strangers) photo. It adds to the experiences that text just cannot do.
@Gaddafi Rusli Thanks! That's one of my favorite little pieces :)
@Charles Riccardi Yes you've got a point there. I just think it gets so crowded on the iPhone, but your argument is valid :-)
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