Tasks application

Notes-app

9 Responses

  1. Michael Shanks Michael Shanks

    Very Nice :)

    The strike through with the red pen is a very nice touch. Textures look really good also. Great Job

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    over 2 years ago

  2. Ionut Zamfir Ionut Zamfir

    Thanks a lot, Michael :)

    over 2 years ago

  3. Paul Flavius Nechita Paul Flavius Nechita

    Will we get to see an iPhone version for this app?

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    over 2 years ago

  4. Samuel Couto Samuel Couto

    Just had this idea if this was as IOS app: When the page is filled with completed tasks, to add a new task we had to rip the sheet off by pulling it down. That would be cool! :)

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    over 2 years ago

  5. Lucas del Río Lucas del Río

    Samuel, in that way, if the tasks weren't already complete and you to add more you would rip off the tasks you didn't complete. That's not so useful. The idea is great but it should work some way different.

    Great work Ionut. I can't say how your work amaze me every single day. Hope to be as good some day =)

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    over 2 years ago

  6. Max Litvin Max Litvin

    So sexy

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    over 2 years ago

  7. Ionut Zamfir Ionut Zamfir

    Thanks a lot, guys! :)
    @Paul I will post more updates soon.

    over 2 years ago

  8. Samuel Couto Samuel Couto

    @Lucas I know it's not a very usefull idea, just saying it would be cool :)

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    over 2 years ago

  9. Jake Moore Jake Moore

    I actually think Samuel's idea could work. It would just take some creative problem solving. Like this:
    The user has filled up the screen with tasks (some completed, some not), and wants to scroll through them. Flick down and it scrolls.
    If the user has completed all tasks, they can tap and hold on the sheet, and perforations appear at the top of the paper. Once the perforations appear, they can rip the page off by pulling down.
    In this situation, the page is not ripped unless the user taps and holds until the perforations appear.

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    over 2 years ago

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