Check your Flickr images for main colors and you'll know what colors do you like mostly.
App get 25 recent images from Flickr (of 25 images from your account) and check it for main colors.
It did load the images but what is supposed to happen then? Is it supposed to provide some information or so after putting in a flickr id?
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Nice application that you tried in 48 hours. I will suggest you to have some more better UI and different features in the page. Really its a good try :)
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I wish I could do something with the result. Maybe sharing it on Facebook.
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Striking UI, interesting concept and good use of external APIs like Google Vision.
Jumping straight in to the UI you don't know what is going on. The check box on the right doesn't have any tool tips or labels so there's apprehension from the user to click.
I may not be the target demographic, so I don't know how useful this. I'm looking for the _why_ to using this. Why would I want to select my recent 25 flickr photos and getting a single color from it? Maybe a little too abstract without a concrete example.
I'd recommend instead of using a flickr username, have a search term, and instead of a single color being returned, include several colors. Show fewer and larger images to cycle through. Then a designer can get inspiration for color palettes for designs.
I like the simplicity of this app. The resulting swatches don't show a rgb or hex value. Having that would be nice.
I really want to like this, but the design is almost too minimal. I need a few more instructions, and also I'm not really sure the results are accurate. Hm!
I like the idea! I wish I could browse user accounts (autocomplete) instead of having to go get a flicker id. On the user experience side, I think you could have utilized more of the screen real state. Additionally, it would be cool if you could save your color palettes and share them on social media. Great work!