Background and Concept
Glad to introduce Tack to you. It is a mobile application sharing a geolocalized newsfeed. With Tack, you can always learn what is happening in the neighborhood and what places to see, be it a classy restaurant or unusual tourist attraction. The application lets you get in touch with real people having attended these places, so that you can explore their feedback and text them right away.
The Glyph built the structure and functionality of the application including its prototypes, branding and UI design with the guidelines and elements library.

When working on projects, we create schematic and full color palettes. And we made them for Tack too. It allows sticking to one style across all the screens of the application and helps easily achieve consistency in the use of colors by applying each of them where appropriate.
The logo consists of two parts, the word “tack” meaning a course of movement and a symbolic lamb-traveler image. The literal part of the logo was implemented through the Comfortaa font and kerning. The latter created a kind of visual balance. The lamb image was designed based on the golden section proportions as shown below.
Mobile Design
These mockups demonstrate how the user profile looks like and what actions can be done inside Tack. Thus, the user can choose to connect with other people at Tack, check comments left by them as well as the places they attended and exchange messages. The personal profile shows the exact user location, latest notifications, and the spots recently visited and saved.
We created a set of icons drawn with thin lines to make the Tack design look neat and clean. Each icon has equally rounded corners and the 1 pt. line thickness. The icon set was designed using the pixel grid to enhance the display quality on any screen.
The Glyphers take quality very responsibly whatever the timeframe. This is what you can also make sure of once we begin to team up with you!
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Andrew Gargay