First version of the text editor/note sharing mac app. Wanted it to be as basic as possible, but I might need to add an options/settings button somewhere in there. Also in this version I don't think it's clear that the access button is used to change the access of the current document because it's next to the 2 'main menu buttons'. Will change that in a next version.
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11 months ago
amazing work mate!
Love the color choice!
Is this conceptual or is this going to be an actual app? We'd love to use something like this!
@Yummygum it's conceptual at the moment. Made it for practise, but if there's a developer out there who wants to make an app out of it, he/she should contact me ;)
love the dropdown menu
10 months ago
Okay, so as a mockup it looks nice. But for an app, this is a horrible idea, no offense, and I'm sorry to be the one that is the Johnny Rain Cloud here.
Mac apps have strong conventions. Attempting to create an app that has an entirely custom interface like this (with no standard titlebar) is really a bad idea. It doesn't fit in with the user's other apps, and it doesn't even fit in with the OS as well. It ends up sticking out like an extremely sore thumb.
I'd encourage you to look around at different high quality Mac apps, and get a feel for exactly what the Mac UI paradigms are.
While designing a text editor, it could be a good idea to start with making the text nice and legible :)
9 months ago
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