Dribbble iPhone 5 App Updated + Attachment

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  1. Jon Sutherland Jon Sutherland

    Updated my shot at a Dribbble iPhone 5 Mobile Application based on some feedback from @Shaun Moynihan and others. The font sizes in the original were way too small and were not readable on an actual iPhone. Hope you all like this updated version. Feedback appreciated.

    Thanks @Paul Flavius Nechita for the iPhone 5 mockups!

    Check out the attached full version.

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    over 1 year ago

  2. Angel Jiménez Lopez Angel Jiménez Lopez

    Hi Jonathan, I think the visual elements are really well done; the back button looks great and the style of the tap bar + nav bar its also great.
    I do think you should take better care of the information architecture and work in a better way the section were the bucked is cut, all the best ;-)

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Jon Sutherland Jon Sutherland

    Thanks for the feedback @AJ Lopez! Yeah I was trying to figure out a way to fit in all the different information metrics. My idea was that the bar with the information (views, buckets, etc.) would scroll horizontally if a user slid their finger over it.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Angel Jiménez Lopez Angel Jiménez Lopez

    That would be interesting, the most important thing is that the bucket its also a button.

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    over 1 year ago

  5. Jon Sutherland Jon Sutherland

    @AJ Lopez yeah I might update it to make it more obvious that they are clickable. Also need to change the heart on the top right to match the styling of the other heart... stupid me.

    over 1 year ago

  6. Angel Jiménez Lopez Angel Jiménez Lopez

    Don't be hard on yourself design its an ever evolving process I make a trillion mistakes before getting something good.

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    over 1 year ago

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