another awesome shot by @Claudio Guglieri that i had to rebound.
i thought i would keep the volume controls as they made sense to me to have on the side but something that can be accessed in the new control center is the ability to toggle airplane mode, wifi, bluetooth, do not disturb and rotation lock.
my shot has these as little visual indicators so the user can see when they are connected to wifi, bluetooth etc
the real pixels are attached which makes it easier to see the size of the icons :)
4 months ago
Looks good Michael!
Thanks @Alexander Zaytsev & @Kenil Bhavsar :)
Although this is a super clever concept - I'm curious. Where did all this side screen stuff originally come from?
@Nazori thanks for the comments. as for it's origin, i have seen a side screen concept on behance but there were no icons on it, the screen just overlapped the edge. so my icons were literally what i would like and thought of (the volume icons were not mine they were from the original)
the overlapping edge of the screen came from the original guys who posted up the shot but not sure where they seen it from.
hope that helps :)
Its a really nice idea. A total slider would be cool. ie just sliding your fingers from bottom to top to turn things down, zoom in etc. I find the physical buttons for sliding are very tap tap tap tap...u know what i mean?
yeah that would be pretty cool. i had a slide to unlock on my original thought but changed my mind.
I really like what you did with the slide to unlock thing. Much better than it is now.
@Tim Blaney Davidson cheers dude.
I love these concepts and this one is especially nice, but I have to wonder about how practical these 'infinite screens' would actually be. Everyone I know (myself included) has a protective case for my phone. Having to leave the sides open to accommodate side screens would (I think) leave the phone much more vulnerable to breaks/scratches, if it endured a drop or two. ... Maybe I'm overthinking this, haha. I love the design of this though, and the touches to the typography! And thank you for sharing that colorful background; it's lovely. :)
@Brittani Franco thank you for your comments. i mentioned something in a previous shot of the side menu regarding cases. i think that if this type of phone was release specifically iPhone then cases would need to be changed to accommodate the extra screen. in my concept i wouldn't have these as functional buttons more of a visual aid as to what is switched on and off etc (all except the volume controls which i left from the original concept as they look beautiful) :)
hope that helps.
@Michael Shanks its really cool, nice palette! throwing to my bucket :)
cheers @Muhammad Farhan :)
Nice @Michael Shanks I'm curious about your design and I really love it. I was just thinking that your fingers are always over those indicators. It would be cool if you could have the option to activate and deactivate for example the lock screen, but not accidentally, in case you put your finger over the indicator when you grab the phone.
Just thinking about it, maybe you can create the option of "slide to reveal" those indicators-buttons, the same way as you do it with the notification center when you pull it down. Just a thought, :) congrats for this, looks awesome.
@Lorenzo Rojas thanks dude, that would be pretty cool. I'll definitely look into that. i'm working on something new with the side screen and hopefully have something to show soon.
@Lorenzo Rojas @Michael Shanks You could use the accelerometer to detect when the phone is tilted towards the indicators to allow them to respond to touch.
I love the concept although I would make the icons a little bigger. The hit areas look like they would be a pinky finger job :)
@Jordan Moore that could be a cool way to activate them definitely :)
in my iOS7 Redesign v2 i have made them bigger for that very reason, not much bigger but clearer to see and more spacing for easier tapping, if tapping would be used (i wouldn't use them for tapping myself, purely visual indicators).
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