6 comments

  • Philip AmourPhilip Amour, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

    Looks and works great, loving the UIKit dynamics. ;) It however still needs more polish and bug fixing.


    UI:

    • some of the icons are misaligned (e.g. share on the shot view)

    • no obvious separation and weird alignment of the shot view

    • consider showing status bar

    • search has only search for shot initially and the segmented control filter is hidden

    • comment modal feels out of place and more like a post to Facebook/Twitter dialog

    • missing thumbnails for the buckets

    • following button is not obvious at all


    Interactions:

    • some screens (i.e. search and activity) have no easy way to dismiss the page via a gesture

    • more engaging transition from the grid view to shot view would be nice (e.g. zoom in on the shot while the comments and details are loaded)

    • avatars popping in pull too much attention of the user towards them which is unnecessary and annoying when this happens at all the times

    • missing elastic band effect on pages that have content that fits on the screen

    • some of the hit targets are way too small to tap comfortably (i.e. Cancel text on the search screen)

    • missing highlighted states (e.g. shots grid view)

    • no easy way to quickly navigate between following, popular, etc.

    • if I navigate too deep, it's really hard to get to the root

    • unnecessary tick shown after a GIF is loaded


    Bugs:

    • avatars on comment view are not getting recycled properly, thus some people are getting wrong avatars or already loaded avatars are being used
    9 points
    • Kris KimKris Kim, almost 5 years ago

      Probably the best comment I've seen recently :)

      3 points
      • Philip AmourPhilip Amour, almost 5 years ago

        You know, just some quick feedback. Not your typical Dribbble-style comment such as "First", "Rad", "Mazeballs", "U ROCK!!!", "such wow much excite", "good job", "Great!"

        I believe that providing constructive feedback and critique to one is more valuable than a praise. I would encourage everybody to do the same.

        3 points
  • Bruno BarrosBruno Barros, almost 5 years ago

    I'd recommend Dribbboard iOS app with all my heart: http://sarunw.com/dribbboard

    1. It's mostly free
    2. It has a pay-what-you-want very friendly pricing method
    3. It's has all Dribbble features you might need
    4. It has a lovely double tap gesture to like shots (like Instagram)
    5. It's so fast
    1 point
  • Salva FerrandoSalva Ferrando, almost 5 years ago

    That's neat

    0 points
  • Ali Zendaki, almost 5 years ago

    Would love an OSX version, not 100% sold on our existing solutions.

    0 points