A brief break from a few commercial projects has done me a world of good and I was able to finish, or just about finish, a couple of personal ones. One of them is Regenerator, a website for a local association.
The logo was done by Maja Draganić, while the logo typeface is from Nikola Đurek, both great local artists.
For now, the website is a one-pager, with basic info and news. When time permits, I’ll add more content, graphics and code proper HTML5. Hope you like it.
I’ve had the pleasure of working on the Eating Well – Healthy in a Hurry iPhone app earlier this year. I was comissioned to contribute to the graphic and usability aspects. You’ve already figured out what the app offers: fast, healthy, yummy meals in your pocket.
Since some of you were curious to see my work on iPhone apps, here are a few screenshots from Eating Well. Note that these aren’t screenshots from the final product but some of the mockups I’ve made in the design process.
These are the loading screens. We opted for the first one because the meal looks more appealing. I chose to take the veggie colors from the photo of the meal in the second screenshot and use them across the UI.
My early experiments with Marker Felt were rejected, rightly so. In the end, we went with Helvetica.
Still, because of the small amount of pre-installed fonts, Marker Felt seems like one worth worth experimenting with in apps such as this, especially on headings.
You can see the Helvetica in action in the menu screen here. The dishes are categorized and given a color label. With food filters, you can quickly find the type of food you want.
The seafood icon has an outer glow to suggest it is “active” after the tap.
Time filters allow users to filter meals by the time needed to prepare the dish. The icons represent 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes respectively.