Full pixels attached :-)
Still WIP, so feel free to feedback.
This app overall is very content heavy, some of the screens are super difficult to keep clean but I have tried to stay true to simplicity :-)
Take a look at any drug-related index and you will see how much data will be stored here.
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over 1 year ago
This shot, I like it
Looking good man, its great to see the development over the past few weeks. Much prefer this final version. Good work.
Fantastic progress! Interesting to see two search fields on this page, the thing is I'm not sure if they should be so graphicly different from each other.
@Samuel Couto actually the search tab is the first page users land on when loading the app.
so awesome mate. can't wait to see more.
btw. I'm not sure how long the drug names in the "drug overview" are, but don't you think 8 letters are to less?
Anyway, it looks gorgeous!
The only comment i have is the body text is too light on my screen. It could be bad calibration my end, although i'd prefer to see an ever so slightly darker grey. Love it though
cheers for suggestions :) someone else mentioned the body text color on twitter as well, looking into it.
Very nice @Kyee, just I don't like that logo :)
Please use more contrast on the text :)
Somehow this looks very crowded…
Beautiful shot @Kyee
As someone who designs in the health / medical industry, I can sympathize with the text-heavy nature of the content it looks like you're designing for.
There's A LOT of info on this screen, I think you're organizing and prioritizing quite well so far. I'm interested to see how this keep evolving.
Really like the halo over the support icon :)
@Ted Goas thanks man, I really appreciate and can relate as well. It's so difficult to fill out so much information neatly. You should see some of the other pages :/
Outstanding work, incredible color scheme and the simplicity is wonderful.
I would add a bit more spacing on the left side though - to keep things consistent, I would add as much spacing to the left as you have between the seperator and "Pro leaflet" - http://cl.ly/image/3J0E2G1V1A24.
Besides that, wonderful shot.
@Thierry Meier the whole design is responsive, so the grid is slightly off in the screen. The padding slides and opens up from the left depending on screen size of course :-) but thanks for noting it.
I want to have some kind of disease so I can watch a doctor use this.
@Mato it's a web app that will have IOS and Android brothers.
simple & clear. 10 / 10
As @Matthias Mentasti mentioned about only 8 letters being shown on the left side. Mostly due to allowing space for the icons on hover.. why not, on hover, have a little tab that slides out above the content with the 3 icons on there, thus allowing more space on the left side?
Love it. The search on the left balances the secondary nav. But does it serve the same purpose as the top search?
Nice! Like it.
@Roy Quilor actually the search in the left panel is a tab, not a search input box. Might have to rename it to make that more clear!
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