Did a WhatsApp redesign for fun, it's one of my most used apps but I still hate the UI, I wish it was something like this.
My mockups still miss some stuff but it's just for fun.
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3 months ago
looking sharp @Kubilay Sapayer, one of the main reasons i don't use it is UI but with a redesign similar to this then it's definitely the way forward.
This is awesome !
Yep. Hate the UI too. This is far far better in my eyes.
Amazing, I won't have Whatsapp on my iPhone until and iOS 7 redesign comes along lol
Great job man.
It is very, very green. With the green navbar and green bubbles and green text... It's a bit overwhelming imo. I wonder if it would be easier on the eyes if you had a white navbar with green text/icons, or reduced the green chat screen to greys or something. Still, very good though and much better than their current app no doubt :)
That's so good!
@Andrianov Oleg I see you
@Dmitriy Chuta Oh! It's cool! :)))
Demn, I started doing that......looks totally the same :D
Like how you bring in a bit of personality in that background. But I'll be honest on the fact that I am not sure if it passes muster enough to make it stand out among all the other flat apps with same aesthetics.
I'd personally leave the green message bubbles, I did the same when I made my redesign and figured it all looked too green. Looks pretty good nonetheless, I wonder when they'll release their iOS7 app.
Lovely changes, especially the background glyphs, however, they should probably be just a touch more transparent. I haven't seen this on a device, but they feel just a tad distracting as-is.
I'm not bothered by all the green, especially if it's brand identity.
Funny, today they released their iOS7 redesign. I like this one better.
Try to stylistically differentiate the interactive and non-interactive elements in the navigation bar. Presence of color is probably the best way of doing this.
2 months ago
I would make the arrows on the right even lighter.
about 1 month ago
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