I can't believe what apple showed us, this is a simple idea for a better iOS 7 ;)
6 months ago
Love it! Love it!
I'm not sure anyone expected that; nor liked what they saw.
Your colours are slightly dull but it's still a great improvement.
@Roman Antes Thank you Roman!
this one is very nice)) but i still love what apple performed. i do think it's great.
It looks so much better. Nice!
It's funny how Dribbble has better designers than Apple, who market themselves as design experts.
Now this is a beautiful flat design for ios7! Apple should take notice!
much better than apple!
@Claudio Fofiu @Dave Qin @Farid el Nasire Thank you!
I want this ios please! good work!
Yes please, this is what it should look like! Apple's design looks like they tried to go flat, but got stuck somewhere halfway. I'm still not sure about the photos icon though (in general), think there must be a clearer way to say "photos"? Maybe a polaroid or something, the icon's shape might work with that. And nice solution for the games centre icon.
Apple's contrast between a whiter iOS and a more colorful grid just makes the UI seem childish instead of more elegant. I'd rather use your icons.
THATS F(L)AT!!! love it
@Farid el Nasire https://twitter.com/johngirvin/status/344785448129945600
This is EXACTLY what it should look like. Finally. Apple's design for the new iOS7 is NOT flat. Shadows and gradients are NOT used in flat design.
Apple should definitely buy this.
by Luca Burgio
The complete mockup of the Maps Icon in my previous iOS7 shoot.
6 months ago
this is so much better!
@Jake Davies Thank you Jake!
This is hot!!
@Daniel Plath Thank you Daniel! :)
I really like this, but I feel like it's a little de-saturated. But otherwise nice work :)
5 months ago
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