One of the biggest omissions from v1.0.0 was the ability to read long Shot descriptions. I intentionally left it out – not many Shots had a truncated description, and there were higher priorities at the time.
I’m happy to say that v1.0.2 finally includes the ability to click on a description and read it in its entirety – in a modal view with a nice big font. It’s nice and simple, just the way I like it :-)
Hi everyone! I’m happy to announce that Draftly, my new Dribbble client for Apple TV, is now available!
Head on over to the App Store app, search for \“Draftly\“, and tap that big, beautiful pink icon to get started.
I’m psyched to finally have it out in the wild, and I can’t wait to hear what you all think.
I pushed a little bit of Draftly promo to my Instagram feed with this image today. Loving the blurred shot of the bleachers/stands in the background. Having a bit of fun with the basketball metaphor :-)
I just posted a short video showing off Draftly last night as well: https://vimeo.com/162635938.
I took another crack at the landing page for Draftly. It’s launching soon – April 18th, to be specific. Check it out at http://getdraftly.com.
I finally took some time and put together a very basic landing page for Draftly. I like that it shows the app in a \“real\” setting, rather than a bunch of screenshots. It’ll do, for now. You can check it out at http://getdraftly.com and follow along on Twitter at http://twitter.com/getdraftly.
A bit of a work-in-progress, but this is where I currently stand with the app icon for Draftly. There’s a sweet shadow effect on the text that is only visible when the icon is focused.
A quick shot of the user profile screen in Draftly, my new Dribbble client for the Apple TV/tvOS. This time I’m showing off some of the great work done by @matt-carlson.
I’ve been working on a new Dribbble client for the Apple TV/tvOS and I thought it was high time I start sharing. This is a small portion of the shot detail view, showing off a shot by the great @belinatti.
Just a small portion of the new design for http://chronicons.com. The site does a much better job of explaining what the icon set is, who it’s for, and why it’s beneficial. I’m psyched.
For my first shot on Dribbble I’m excited to debut an icon set I’ve been working on for the last few months called Chronicons. They’re designed and tested specifically for the Apple Watch.
I’ll be releasing the full set on March 4th, but I wanted to share a tidbit here first. They’re fully compliant with the HIG and I hope they’ll be as helpful for others as they have been for me.
I’d appreciate any feedback you all may have and I look forward to participating a bunch more on Dribbble as time goes on.
UPDATE: Chronicons Edition #1 is now available! Check it out at http://chronicons.com. $5 off for a limited time.