UPDATE: There is a status bar. Didn't realize I turned off the folder in Photoshop. Don't worry folks :)
Wait, is that an iPhone?...
So here's our first pass at the compose screen. Viewable: our cancel/send glyphs, our compose card (subject/body), and our selected recipients. Tap *that* section and the fun begins :)
7 months ago
What happens when you send to a large group? Some sort of truncation symbology I'd assume…
@Trevor Gerzen exactly :)
Looking forward to have it in my pocket man!
You are just waiting for AppStore approval, right? Any prevision about when the App will be out?
The truncation symbology seems nice to show a larger group. But what I'd really love to see is the transition from when you choose the recipients to actually writing the message.
Will we be available to change the recipients taping the c̶h̶a̶t̶-̶h̶e̶a̶d̶s̶ round avatars (changing CC, BCC and what not)?
Love the subtle line separating the subject from the message - nice touch!
@Samuel Couto Thanks! And you sure will. We'll show that soon :)
Looks stunning! Nice work Jared.
Please don't hide the status bar :)
No status bar? Bummer..
Not sure why there's so much space between the nav bar and the text entry box. Should be even with the spacing on each side of the box. That would leave some room for a status bar ;)
Please don't hide the status bar. It becomes confusing to the user and things feel very odd.
funniest place holders :)
I really want to read the rest of that email...
I've been drooling over this design since you gave me a peek last night.
@Vince Lane haha :)
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