During my flight back from New York I experimented with the Mochila desktop client (which is in live code by now). And drew inspiration from Slate (Eduardo Santos), Facebook mail, Mailbox App, Gmail and Sparrow.
This is the end result. I’ve worked with a responsive grid which will let it scale down to 1000px web view before losing readability and turning into tablet mode. I’m actively looking for a developer for this side project.
6 months ago
Amazing this Victor :) Font?
It's getting better and better from UX point of view :) Cool stuff!
This looks stunning!
@Dominic L. It is Avenir Next + Tisa Pro :)
Damn! Love it.
Looks sharp as always, you really cut things to the bone! :)
The line(s) between the profile images would, according to 'theory of design', indicate that they are connected - more so than their respective names.
I think it might be a superfluous element, but I'm not entirely sure what intentions you had with it, so of course I could be wrong.
It's gorgeous! Let me know when it goes live :)
I think the title is to big atm, especially when you will have longer titles :-)
Looks great. Nice and clean. Not a big fan of all the icons being contained in circles. Makes them less scannable defeating the purpose of them.
A category for owls (for Fisher) made me laugh.
I dig the separated download button for the attachments.
Superb, very well balanced.
Love the icons, the clean style, the colors, the typography... very nice, dude
Typo, labels, timeline, icons, color variations everything is great
Very nice colors.
@Andreas Ubbe Dall Maybe adding a timeline to an inbox is a superfluous element. I need to let go of my fanaticism of timelines!
Do you have any sketches, wireframes, or designs for how this scales to tablet and mobile? I'm working on a similar project, and I'd love to see your thinking here. Thanks! Awesome work!
@Charlie Aufmann Unfortunately I can't show much more of this for people outside of the project sorry! Thanks!
Love the compose button and it's background.
Looks nice, but how would this design handle email Subjects longer than 3 words? A lot of the content here feels like it's dictated by the design and not the other way around.
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