Shopping Carts

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  1. Cage Cage

    Nicely executed.

    about 1 year ago

  2. Gianluca Aiello Gianluca Aiello

    I enjoyed the article but I can't agree with you about the cart.

    I know, it's ugly, but it is an immediate connection for the purpose of the app, selling hardware. Something that has volume and that the cart can carry.

    about 1 year ago

  3. Louie Mantia Louie Mantia

    @Gianluca Aiello You have every right to disagree, however I firmly believe the cart is overkill. The logos of the brands already reflect the aspect of shopping. People know that Amazon sells things. Same with Apple and Zappos. What else could an app do with those icons? The cart may be seen as reinforcement of the idea, but it is truly superfluous.

    likes

    about 1 year ago

  4. Gianluca Aiello Gianluca Aiello

    Thank you for your comment. What I'm saying is that Apple and Amazon doesn't sell only hardware, and those apps are intended to sell hardware, so the cart become a good way to specify that is an app for buy something, and that they are selling hardware.

    about 1 year ago

  5. Louie Mantia Louie Mantia

    @Gianluca Aiello My point is that there's nothing else this app could be other than selling you stuff.

    about 1 year ago

  6. Stephen Davis Stephen Davis

    @Christopher Downer I agree, I designed an Amazon icon with the cardboard look. @Louie Mantia These look nice.

    11 months ago

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