I hope I’m not shocking anyone here, but most of the apps I see built with Bubble have major design issues. Drag + drop is amazing for functionality, but not so great for UI design that inspires confidence. It’s not easy. I live in Silicon Valley and UX/UI designers get paid A LOT to build interfaces that get used by the most successful startups.
To help solve this problem, I built Dashboard, a Bubble template.
Details and get it: http://go.codefree.co/dashboardtemplate
This template is free for subscribers of http://codefree.co but I decided to make it available as a standalone purchase for only $39 for non-students.
Here’s what you get:
- A fully-responsive dashboard template for Bubble apps.
- Three Element Packs with retina-display SVG icons, navigation tabs and pricing table.
- Responsive sidebar menu with a slide-out menu for mobile navigation.
- Lifetime updates to all future versions and element packs.
I’ll include some screenshots below. Also, if you sign up before Friday, 8/26, you will also get an invite to a members-only webinar where I will walk through my new process for integrating OAuth2 APIs into Bubble. You can really extend the functionality of apps with this. I’ve used it to directly connect to users Facebook + Twitter accounts, scheduling posts, tweets and pulling information like follower count, profile data + more.
I believe that templates will be a big step in Bubble’s evolution. Wordpress suffered a similar problem when it first came out. Users could do a lot but the design of finished products didn’t inspire confidence. With the rise of Themeforest, Wordpress sites started looking incredible, they were embraced by major companies and now Wordpress powers roughly 24% of the internet.
(As you can see, I spent hours converting/cropping the icons in this template into SVG format so that they look amazing on any display, including Retina macbook pros).