Started a little side-project and I am forcing myself to learn all the main features of Sketch app for the creation of desktop UIs. I am also quite addicted to Readmill and I really miss a desktop client!
Font used FF Scala, it's amazing and it's the one used throughout Readmill.
about 1 year ago
tnks for sharing ;)
Looks good - is the `35 pages left in chapter` vertically aligned in it's container? seems to be hanging a little low? I also think the progress bar could do with something... more.
Top arrow and list icons also have some half-pixels in there.
Love the typeface - what is it?
Update: Found the font, thanks @Oscar Waczynski
@Adam Whitcroft Look up!
Great work Fabio! I think the icons in the topbar are a little blurry. Though, I'd love to have a desktop version of Readmill! :)
@Adam Whitcroft @Thom thanks guys, it's exactly the same layout and icons used in the iPad app, on a retina display they look fine, check the Sketch file, they shouldn't be blurred at all.
Gotta love the cleanness and crispness of the fonts on Sketch!
@Fabio Basile They are blurry in the Sketch file too :) When you draw an object in Sketch it's crisp but when you change it's position it goes blurry...
Lovely work :)
Like it! Also, point taken ;)
Lovely work, Fabio! Loving the whole package!
@Remko Dijksma are you using a rMBP? Zoom it at 200% and they should look absolutely fine :)
@Fabio Basile no I'm on an Air with Thunderbolt ;p
You clever bastard! I was just about to start working on this same project haha. I've been tweeting about it and everything.
It's gorgeous! I would do some more work on the slider though, I think it looks too jQuery-UI-ish. Also I think the icon on the right isn't centered.
@Elias Klughammer thank you! Yeah I'd love to see a different slider in the app itself, I actually traced it from the original version taken from an iPad screenshot. You're right about the icon, I am sure I fixed it on the sketch file though :)
Great simplicity in structure for a reader. Doesn't detract from the content, which is essential.
@Charles Godewyn thank you, had some positive feedback from Readmill, let's hope they will create something similar for the desktop version.
@Fabio Basile Hopefully so. Would be very fitting for a mobile app as well. I would ditch all the ones I've tried in iOS for that.
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