Just like everyone else, I was excited after seeing the new direction for iOS7. I too wanted to get my hands dirty and give the new iOS my own personal touch.
I've redesigned the AirDrop pop-up screen, when you tap on an image within an email. I gave the icons a little touch of my own, as well as working on a little sending animation for when AirDrop'n between friends.
Let me know your thoughts!
6 months ago
Nicely done! Love how clean it is, and vibrant colors that don't hurt my eyes. ;)
Those message/mail/twitter icons are so much nicer than Apple's. Good job!
Ya, if only :P
icons look way better
Nice work! The camera icon is not perfectly centered though.
Just perfect! Very nice work!
Nice dude! Plus it has the name Kira on it, so its an all around win!
That's what i'm talking about! The icons and shapes all makes sense together! Very nice work! :)
love the icons!
That kind of icons I wanted to see in iOS! Fantastic work!
Thanks @Amilton, I was hoping to find a good balance, glad you like it!
Very clean. I like that copy icon.
well played :)
Seems your design got listed here http://www.dtelepathy.com/blog/inspiration/ios-7-icon-backlash-designers-take-to-dribbble-to-vent-design
Nice work btw, looks like a huge improvement
Thanks for the link @Warwick Kay! I wouldn't say this post is a backlash though. For me, it's not about creating something I think is better, or an improvement, it's just my attempt at giving the new iOS direction my own personal touch :)
@Zane David Yeah I thought that when I saw it mentioned as well.
This looks very nice and much better than the original design!
Yes, much better!
by Ilya Dmitruk
Just another concept of AirDrop popup in new iOS 7. I want to show my ideas on what where I'd pay more attention.
What do you think?
Comparisons are in attachment.
Thanks Gabriel Valdivia for the iphone template.
6 months ago
Nice improvements here
Love your touch on the icons... call Jonny and tell him!
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