I've always had a hard time chosing between Rdio and Spotify, so I use both, but during the weekend I took some inspiration out of both of them and created my own web application.
Check it out.
12 months ago
@Victor Erixon You're very talented, man. This interface looks amazing :)
its very nice mate ;)
That's so simple et very easy to use. Nice work!
Better than both of them! The inconsistencies in Rdio's desktop and mobile app infuriate me, and the desktop UI is 'minimal' to the point of confusion. Would only suggest that the social bar on the right be a light gray and a volume icon be added next to the slider to act as a label and a quick-mute button. Nice work!
Hey dude, they are called "Foals" not "Fools". One letter, big difference.
You got the best of both worlds.
The user area and (top right) and the player at the bottom fit perfectly on the overall UI.
Are you planning iterating a bit more on this?
Awesome interface. Very good contrasting colors.
@Joshua Söhn Irrelevant, but I will keep that in mind, thanks.
@Samuel Couto Maybe, I don't know what could come out of this though.
Very nice indeed!
love this man! It's flat but has depth. Kind of draws you in if you get what I'm saying? lol
Reminds me of a mailclient here on Dribbble, but even better executed! Great, I would see myself using this :)
It's like a flipped version of Grooveshark :P Looks nice.
Started using Rdio today and find the UI more appealing but spotify's UX trumps overall experience for me... I really like the structure, simple but intelligently laid out – especially breaking apart the key elements with the light and bark background – something Rdio could possibly do better. If anything I would say the 'currently playing' bar at the foot feels a little uncomfortable running into the dark strip, for me it confuses the grid slightly (Personal preference). Overall I think you've killed it, nice work.
ps, subtle yellows are a really nice touch.
Nice but the player controls, volume, track progress and shuffle icon need way more contrast - they are barely visible at the moment. For such an important feature I think such low contrast isn't a great idea.
i fucking love this. As a long time Rdio user, I can genuinely appreciate this mockup.
@Adam Whitcroft Somehow I feel that the contrast is just about right without being too distracting. I was trying to aim for the right contrast down there due to the importance of that field. I think the moving music progress bar, minute/second and the album art is making that bar visible enough. But perhaps the contrast could be improved a little bit as you say.
@Chris Bannister Thanks a lot Chris! :)
Love the combination of round and square(-ish) elements.
Amazingly done once again!
(What happened to the icons shot? Limited time offer only? :P)
@Alfred Xing Uploading new ones soon :-)
Love interfaces like this! The simplicity is just gorgeous.
Nice one on the colors ! I would switch the notification icon with a bell just like Rdio imho.
Looks sweet and simple, beats spotify and rdio anytime. Not a big fan of the right sidebar features and the green follow buttons.
This looks super dope. I have a few thoughts: 1) How do you tell where you are in the left nav? I can't see if the current screen is radio, toplists, history, or something else. 2) Maybe the larger version of James Blake on the grid should have "currently playing" or something to let the user know this is the active song. 3) Looks like the notifications circle and the "shuffle" icon are different oranges. 4) The "find and invite friends" button is a call to action, so should be the same orange as the items in 3.
Keep it up! Looking forward to seeing more of this.
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