I've been working with Perigee to create the design for their new app, Pocket Cycle. The icon is based on the main feature of the app; a cycle that shows which days a female is having her period and which days she is fertile & ovulating.
The challenge here was dealing with a sensitive subject and finding a color scheme and look that felt right.
Read more & download: http://perigee.se
about 1 year ago
looks great, wish I had a reason to download it ;)
@Oskar Smith The nice thing is that it lets you connect to your partner (assuming you have one), and keep track of the cycle together. So it might be for you anyway :)
I think this is looking really nice!
Looks good dude. If my wife was not pregnant, I might just have a use for this. :)
@Oskar Smith So basically @Max Rudberg is saying you can plan when to have sex. ;)
@Oskar Smith I hadn't, but got it anyway :))
LE: Oh wait, I do. Never mind :)
I noticed something in the copy that I think should be brought to your clients attention. It says "he", which can turn potential users away that might be with a "she".
A few days ago I downloaded this app, and I loved the interface! Really nice, congrats :).
9 months ago
by Max Rudberg
Pocket Cycle has been renamed Cycles and refreshed for iOS 7.
This is the redrawn icon in all its glory. The icon is based on the main feature of the app; a cycle that shows which days a female is having her period and which days she is fertile & ovulating.
Find out more about Cycles here:
3 months ago
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