I took a look at my old Skype design the other day, I didn't really like it. So I did a new one based off of that one.
about 1 year ago
Do you ever stop?! Really love this, great work!
The only thing that sticks out for me is the progress bar, although it's lovely, the colours don't really match anything, I'd like to see something that relates more to the green the rest of the app or Skype's blue branding :)
love the simplicity and flatness in it! but the more Kanye :D
Maybe POKKI can bring some of those awesome designs of yours alive... I'm not a Windows user, but I'd love to see these pixels live!
+++ only thing doesn't fit is the progress bar, seems a bit off.
I like. But, i actually prefer the arrow being displayed on the right handside and it only being viewable on hover. It just feels more natural.
You missed the Add-icon aswell on the top bar... :)
Oh, snap. Got the file. I'm supa' smart. ;D
Half pixels! Home icon o.O :P
I've seen a lot of Skype UI experiments, but this one is my favorite.
great one bro!
Looks great! Only thing that bugs me is some alignment. Would like to horizontal align some icons and have the same spacing. Easier to explain with an image:
amazing work! well done!
I think that Skype designers should take a look at this!
man this is beautiful. great job
Wish it was true. Very good!
They really do @Nikolay Nedkov Kolev, this is really great!
I particularly like the rainbowy progress bar, it relates on every aspect to the Skype brand (I was just looking to their brand book).
Damn I wish I could demo this UI! :D
That progress bar is YUM.
Progress bar is stunning indeed!
still doesn't address the fact that i should be able to see more than a few messages at a time.. it looks great and everything but usability-wise — nothing's changed
I want to work with you. Period. On anything.
haha, the best!
shoot, now I can't look at the real Skype client with straight face :D
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