One of the great features of the product we're working on is the ability to schedule actions to happen in the future. This interface was created by our UX and design leader, Adam Deutsch, to make choosing a date and time both easy and beautiful.
Throughout several areas of the app's experience users will see a unique blurred color background based on their own profile picture. This creates a unique, personal experience for every user.
9 months ago
As I assume you can drag the time slider left and right, would the arrow icons really be appropriate/needed? I question them I guess because they are the same as the month icons but do different actions.
@Aaron Linkous The slider moves the time by either 5 or 10 minute intervals (still figuring out which is best) and the left and right arrows change the time by one minute.
This was done because nailing down the exact time you want with a slider would be difficult and frustrating. On that note, we didn't want to completely do away with the slider simply because it's a lot quicker than manually entering a time or the standard iOS date and time picker.
The type setting looks good. It looks like the days of the week could be difficult to read though.
Really like it. The main colour scheme reminds me more of the upcoming Ubuntu Mobile OS, rather than iOS7 though.
Thanks @Nathan Walker !
Thanks for the tip @Christopher P. Cacho , we'll double check the days of the week viewed on a device.
@Steve Edson The color scheme will be 100% dictated by the user's profile picture colors. It really could be anything.
The background (and the only colors used on the screen) is a super blurred version of the user's profile picture.
Really dig this. Nice work.
Thanks @Tory Hobson
Excellent! Captured the iOS 7 look on iOS 6.
9 months ago
@Handsome You've probably already addressed it, but an easy fix would be to make those arrows visually distinct from the top ones. They seem too large.
6 months ago
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