High resolution version is available now thanks to the lovely Spencer Fry at Carbon made
over 3 years ago
damn straight. thats sexy.
That slider is HAWT!
Seriously? Is this all you've got Matt? Well brotha! It's enough. This shiz is the shiz. Amazing!
I will be adding those high-res versions to my Ember and LittleSnapper right away! Great work! Now maybe you will have time to finish Pattern Tap ;-)
I must say that this is a really really cool work from you Matthew. Good work, clean, complete, easy to use, very very good.
Wow Matthew. That is Suppa nice!
I love your take on the standard iPad controls and aesthetic. Familiar yet original at the same time.
Lovely details and structure in this app. Congrats!
Absolutely Gorgeous!!! Really like the small details.. like the texture on the switch and button bar.
The full resolution example / screenshots are wonderful!
Is this a native iPad app? Or is this a webapp for the iPad?
damn this is so nice
I wish my school had such a beautiful app!
Nice job Matt. Looks fantastic. Really enjoy the style of all your work. Inspiring to say the least.
This is beautiful and a great app idea. The admission department better appreciate the greatness that is this.
@Michael, this is native.
@all, thank you! This was a fun project.
Zing indeed! Congrats :D This is just awesome work!
Gorgeous. I love the balance of warm and cool. The colors even have a vintage feel. Nice.
I like it, the full view gives an even better perspective.
Excellent work! Can you actually have custom toggles on the iPad? I thought most apps were getting rejected with custom controls....?
This would be GREAT news as a dev I'm working with is telling me differently and I'd love to get some ammo to back up my custom design :-p
Wow great texture & details in the buttons. Love the colour palette and layout... well done!
about 3 years ago
I loved the textures!! Perfect!
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