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Help with design
I'm starting this new project and I would like to hear your recommendations about design/User experience.
I'm all the time struggling what's the best way to present the information on the UI. I'm not a visual designer or UX. I can use most of the code I learnt from the Ribbit app so I have a good start point.
The purpose of the app is to score soccer players at play (it can be used by coaches) so I have personal data, team data and others stuff. I have access to a private API so I can retrieve player information and team information easily.
This is the search view but I'm not sure if the Build icons (human body type) are the correct ones.
Should I use the iOS 7 design guidelines and present only text instead?
Thanks in advance.
Stone Preston42,016 Points
I think the text buttons look better than text + icons. Everything looks more uniform and flows better. May I ask how you made those mockups?
James Barnett39,199 Points
Not being a visual designer myself, I think minimalism and flat design suits the non-visual designer types.