Lovely has been one of my earlier clients in San Francisco. They're a small team of intelligent people trying to change the way people search for apartments. We were actually looking for apartments at the time with my wife, we sort of still are. And given the poor user experience of Craigslist and the clusterfuck of other products in the space, we naturally drifted towards Lovely. Same day I got an email inquiry out of nowhere from Lovely to see if I wanted to help design their iPhone app. It's been a super fun on-going project and in general I'm pretty happy with the visual language and how it reflects the simplicity of the product cross platform.
Lovely app was released in mid November and got nothing but good press. I think it was a natural move to carry the apartment search to a device that you carry with you at all times. They've been featured in the App Store few times since the launch, and have a 5-star rating now.
They've also been getting a ton of press, which I will let you search on your own.
This is a tutorial screen where first time users would be flicking through to go through few important features. You can also reach this screen from settings after first time. Now that the app is released and all, I will post more shots. I attached the big screenshot, but you should definitely download the app play with the real thing, it's simple, and straight-forward.
I want to thank Blaze for helping me on few screens of this app.
I also want to thank my lovely wife for helping me and Lovely to test their mobile and web apps. She's a mean tester :)
about 1 year ago
What a beaut, man.
Looks really wonderful!
I feel like I always need to invent superlative words in order to describe or comment on your work. Fantabulousmal, Kerem.
Looks fantastic, Kerem!
Good use of 'clusterfuck'.
Button: for me an inline shadow on the top means that the button is coming out of the background, a white dropshadow means that it is a little bit inside the background like input fields. Both together is a little contrariety for me. Hope you understand what i mean, not easy to explain in english.
Looks great, any thoughts on making the buttons stand out more than the tutorial info?
Looking Love.ly so far (pun intended)!
About time to show something fresh! I am tired of your palm spring photos.
Great stuff. The inner shadow on the blue button is a bit too strong, though.
The Get Started button really makes my tired eyes hurt on that background. This is the button you want people to tap as soon as they've finished flicking through the tutorial, but my eyes jump to the Log In button instead. For me, that stands out the most. That's very subjective feedback, I know.
looking so flat good
Just downloaded and it looks marvelous. Awesome job! I like how welcoming, not visually agressive and easy it is to use.
Neat stuff as always.
Great! I'm using it now to find our next home :)
I'm not 100% sure about the colour combination. But looking good overall! :)
I love the use of color and contrast. The highlight under both the Log In and Get Started feel a bit bright, that was the first item my eye noticed. Just a thought,
Like that iPhone aswell.
Beautiful type and colours. Love this. My only grudge is the spacing between the two bottom buttons. Maybe make the space the same as the gap between the slides, or half?
very well done sir
Awesome! Btw did you use a template for the iPhone or it's totally made by you? :)
@Boris Borisov @Kerem Suer it looks like the one I made...but kinda looks like the bad Fireworks version that someone else made...because the spacing is off on the top.
Show some love and tag a brotha! Sheesh.
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