The Pony Express Mail

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  1. Victor Erixon Victor Erixon

    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.

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    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.

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    6 months ago

  2. Gustav Ågren Gustav Ågren

    Amazing dude!

    6 months ago

  3. Dominic L. Dominic L.

    Amazing this Victor :) Font?

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    6 months ago

  4. Victoria Leontieva Victoria Leontieva

    It's getting better and better from UX point of view :) Cool stuff!

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    6 months ago

  5. Thomas Cys Thomas Cys

    This looks stunning!

    6 months ago

  6. Victor Erixon Victor Erixon

    @Dominic L. It is Avenir Next + Tisa Pro :)

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  7. Tomas Laurinavicius Tomas Laurinavicius

    Damn! Love it.

    6 months ago

  8. Frederik Hansen Frederik Hansen

    Looks sharp as always, you really cut things to the bone! :)

    6 months ago

  9. Andreas Ubbe Dall Andreas Ubbe Dall

    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.

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    6 months ago

  10. Andrea Montoya Andrea Montoya

    Love it!

    6 months ago

  11. Piper Lawson Piper Lawson

    It's gorgeous! Let me know when it goes live :)

    6 months ago

  12. Nielsen Ramon Nielsen Ramon

    Very nice!

    I think the title is to big atm, especially when you will have longer titles :-)

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    6 months ago

  13. Steve Schoger Steve Schoger

    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.

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    6 months ago

  14. Josh Martin Josh Martin

    A category for owls (for Fisher) made me laugh.

    I dig the separated download button for the attachments.

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    6 months ago

  15. Tommy Roussel Tommy Roussel

    Killer ;)

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    6 months ago

  16. Steve Fraschini Steve Fraschini

    Superb, very well balanced.

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    6 months ago

  17. Georg Bednorz Georg Bednorz

    Love the icons, the clean style, the colors, the typography... very nice, dude

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    6 months ago

  18. Jawad Š Jawad Š

    Typo, labels, timeline, icons, color variations everything is great

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    6 months ago

  19. Mathieu Berenguer ▲▼▲ Mathieu Berenguer ▲▼▲

    Very nice colors.

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    6 months ago

  20. Victor Erixon Victor Erixon

    @Andreas Ubbe Dall Maybe adding a timeline to an inbox is a superfluous element. I need to let go of my fanaticism of timelines!

    6 months ago

  21. Charlie Aufmann Charlie Aufmann

    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!

    6 months ago

  22. Victor Erixon Victor Erixon

    @Charlie Aufmann Unfortunately I can't show much more of this for people outside of the project sorry! Thanks!

    6 months ago

  23. Ricardo Salazar Ricardo Salazar

    Great design.

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    6 months ago

  24. Chris Frees Chris Frees

    Love the compose button and it's background.

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    6 months ago

  25. Nathan Romero Nathan Romero

    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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    6 months ago

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