Playing around with an idea for a simpler mail app.
almost 2 years ago
This is nice.
That's so awesome the UI looks sick!!
I really like the swirl loading icon. The combination of fonts/colors/sizes works really well.
Very clean. Love it
Nice one Brian!
What a coincidence, I'm playing with an idea for mail app myself! :)
Is that a loading animation that looks like it has to rotate anti-clockwise? Noooo! :(
@Jack Bingham Whoops! Fixed ;)
I love this; I like the UI tidbits I'm able to see. Only thing I would say is make it a tad less flat and to lighten up the text a tad in the nav (back) button. It makes sense for it to be dark (since it's not supposed a main focus for a user's attention), but I think that dark is a little *too* dark.
Brian, you’re really pushing yourself in the mobile design arena and it shows.
If I may suggest something, I would give a bit more padding to your table rows. The text in each message is a little close to the text in other messages.
@Chandler Van De Water Thanks dude! Yeah, you're definitely right about the padding. It's a bad habit of mine that I'm trying hard to break. Thanks for pointing it out!
We kickin' it at SXSW?
Damn dude! I had a similar idea for this app and I guess I'm late. Similar UI, but the slide had a totally different function.
It wasn't as simple as yours though. I think my idea would have been more complicated and probably not as good.
Looks great. Stop designing and start coding.
Oh man, this is the shit. Would it be possible to attach a full-res, non-photo version? I'd love to see those pixels :)
What is the slide to right doing?
And what's the deal with that navbar? Is it flat or is that just the photo?
Could you post a full view please? So we can see the details
looks great, very simpler
Very cool, but the slide function is for updating?
@Brian Benitez I wish, dude. While hanging out is a blast, the conference is lame & I don't have the moneys to travel right now. Sad day.
I would go with multiple colors for flagging, attachment and other stuff like you did with unread. But in all it's great!
Tweetbot does something very similar, looks good :)
Instant love - the blue line highlighting unread messages!
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