Still work in progress.
over 1 year ago
wow it looks good! Would really love to see som real pixels please!
First word, said out loud: Whoa...
I want to jump inside that screen..
What happens when the photo is much lighter?
@Zane David Pssh don't be so painful... But seriously you have a point.
@Nathan Not trying to be painful, just curious because I've come across this problem for a similar style I was working with.
@Zane David @Nathan Walker I had the same reaction when I saw this shot. Indeed, when you look at messages in shared photo stream on iOS 6 you have a fading black to alpha gradient that prevents the text from being drawn in the picture.
Crispy job dude!
Sorry if I sound like a douche, but what am I reviewing? The background image? ui?
@Darren McPherson don't worry you don't sound like a douche, we are reviewing an app interface for commenting on a photo that has been shared. Hopefully that helps.
Edit: I apologize if the comment as it was before sounded rude, it wasn't intended to be so. @Bill Labus
lovely, but also, what happens when the focal point of the photo is at the bottom? does it get obscured by the overlayed text?
Awesome picture! :o
@Alex Parker ⇢ ☁ That tone isn't really necessary, is it? He asked a valid question.
My apologies @Darren McPherson
Wow, awesome. Could you share that wallpaper?
Nicely done. Working on a similar project. To address the issue of losing the white text, I had to use a gradient and dark overlay.
Ah thanks, I really like the sharp UI. The UI being simple, elegant and out of the way of the Photo is great.
I didn't see the initial reply, no harm done. lol Plus, I think I unintentionally came off as a douche.
Sympa ce design Adrien!
@Darren McPherson @Alex Parker ⇢ ☁
Congratulations on having a decent conversation like two adults, something which seems to becoming rarer and rarer these days.
10 months ago
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