I've been working on a design for a simple and intuitive task manager, that isn't too heavy and cumbersome, but has a few more features than say a, Clear App. Though I love it, I feel it's missing a couple key features necessary for a really useful productivity app... but damn is it beautiful.
Here I'm showing the different states of the interface elements. The left column (lists) shows the regular states, and the active state (blue) of the list you're currently viewing, while the darker, middle column is the day of the week. The dark grey is the rollover, and the red is the active day. If the image wasn't cropped, you'd see a list for "Chores", due Monday the 4th.
The items on the right are then the items within that to-do list. The top item shows a favorited/important item (which is positioned at the top of the list). The second grayed-out item shows a completed task, and the item below it is the regular state.
12 months ago
Thank you @Waseem Arshad I'll post a working (mostly anyway) version here soon!
Might be a bit too busy due to a large number of visual styles. Have you considered using less styles? For example, right from the start it might be a bit difficult to understand what the selected state is. Is it the blue, red, dark grey, grey, or light grey background items. They all seem to be striving for attention equally.
The proximity of the left most column (with the 80, 36, 24 items) to the middle column (with the dates) suggests that they are related, but it's a bit unclear how and why. Maybe because this is just a crop, or maybe not?
Just sharing some constructive feedback. Hope it helps. Cheers ...
@Jakub Linowski Thanks for the feedback! Note to self, when a shot is this busy, you'd better explain what the heck is going on ;)
I was attempting to show the different states of the interface elements. The left column (lists) shows the regular states, and the active state (blue) of the list you're currently viewing, while the darker, middle column is the day of the week. The dark grey is the rollover, and the red is the active day. If the image wasn't cropped, you'd see "Chores" as a list, and Monday the 4th.
I hope that clarifies things a bit more! I'll remember to include that in the initial comment of the shot so as to avoid any confusion.
Thanks again for your critique!
Great Work. Are you inspired from wunderkit?
Me Liky :)
This looks great Jeffrey, well done :)
Beautiful colors, texture, looking great!
great job, I love the colors!
Great work !
@Afraz Actually, yeah a little. I think it could be a little simpler though which is what hopefully this will achieve :) @Graham Holtshausen @Sinziana Ene @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Dhiren Adesara @Tanveer Junayed Thanks for the comments all!
This looks delicious! GJ!
11 months ago
@Aleksandar Djuric Thanks man! Take it from me, it doesn't taste the same :P
Love those day views.
@Jay Robinson Thanks for noticing man, I think those are my favorite elements as well.
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