I would also totally use this.
Also, this version includes some features omitted in the previous version.
about 1 year ago
nice and simple ui
Except for adding the three knobs on the left and deleting the button on the right you didn't change anything right? Anyway I prefer this one over the other one because it's more functional to me. Comparred the two I think I would miss the three knobs on the left in the other one.
@matt rossi Thanks Matt!
@Thorsten Beeck You sir are correct - I realised (with the help of some lovely people on Twitter) I'd left out some pretty vital functionality in the form of the close, maximise and minimise buttons, so decided they took preference over the refresh :)
by Daryl Ginn
Saw Adam do a concept earlier, thought i'd give it a shot too. It was a challenge with such a confined space, but I tried my best.
The dark bar slides down when an email(s) is selected. Note: Archive is hovered.
You guys should give it a go too, maybe a little rebound fun?
about 1 year ago
Nice job! I just think it's a little to big, ay? ;)
When can I download this mail app?! seriously though, I was just complaining about Mail to my co-workers.
@Brenton Little I'm afraid not anytime soon dude - this is just a theoretical design exercise :)
by Joshua Hibbert
Thought Adam's shot was great and wanted to come up with a 'Mini Mail App' that I would want to use myself.
I'm a fan of interactivity, so here is a HTML mockup: http://jsfiddle.net/joshnh/dBgfU/show/
by Dan Farrell
10 months ago
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