Hi my friends!
I`m here with the idea for the youtube app and here is reason why when iOS 6.4 (hope it was it) was released apple removed the original youtube app - so i decided to make one on my own! I know google is going to make one, but i like to do things my way!
So goals of the app:
Make it simple as hell, Display more content instead of 4 videos per screen 5 videos, main bar adds, display only inportant things (video screen, lenght, name, views and play - boom). Use the side menu instead of clasic menu at the bottom (basic inspiration by Jackie Tran thank you dude :))
I have lot of more screens to show and lot of more stuff, so if you are developer or just interested send me message on twitter or email! :)
Hope you like it and if you might would like to see real pixels:
Texts are only for ilustration ;)
Sorry for that mistake dou is not do! :)
over 1 year ago
amazing work mate.
nice dark interface and lovely dashboard:)
Looks great. I think you might have better usability if you put the search button at the top right instead of the user image/social thing you have there and put profile/social on the side nav, because that way the finger is closer to the search bar when it clicks search.
REALLY GOOD IDEA :)
Looking pretty nice, man. My suggestion would be to have the text fade out more towards that right edge. Looks odd to have the words just cut off, even if they go to gray in the current comp. I would also add a line underneath "Profile" just so its a defined button instead of that entire bottom section being the button.
by Tyler Kelley
I absolutely love where you're headed with this, much better than the current Youtube app!
The styling you have on the buttons makes them feel vaguely like an old school tape recorder (awesome) so I thought would be fun to see what the selected state would look like 'pushed in' so to speak :)
over 1 year ago
@Emrah Demirag thank you dude!
@Martin Schurdak díky kolego! :)
@Alex Osorio glad you like it!
@Eli Schiff thank you buddy! I was wondering about it long time, but i have one idea for search bar you will see!
@Dhiren Adesara thanks buddy!
@Justin Lancaster not sure what do you mean excatly can we skype? :)
@Tyler Kelley thank you very much! Very nice rebound, but there is reason why its not presed down, that menu is going to slide from the left so its under 2 levels - header - content - so i just dont wanna to add 3 level :)
Crazy man! This UI is really useful and beautiful! Well done mate!! @Luboš Volkov
@Tobia Crivellari thank you budy! :)
@Luboš Volkov...I don't really use Skype, but feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd be happy to mock up what I'm talking about if that will help?
@Justin Lancaster yes it would be nice! Here is my email - email@example.com really thank you! :)
Wh... why do you have a sliding sidebar navigation when you can just (and should) use a tab bar? You are literally putting a tab bar on the left side of the screen now.
@Sebastiaan de With thank you for the feedback. I have simple reason for that - to display more content on the screen. I know there is ability, to make that bottom bar transparent. But I`m standing behind this solution. Yes there is that fact user have to click 2 times if he need something, but on otherside if you can`t play that 5 video you have to scroll, so. I`m really thinking about it again.
And my hand was helpful :)
@Konstantin Karpov really thank you for that hand its just great hand! :D and also glad you like it!
@Lukas Jurcicek thank you!
@Jan Vu Nam thank you very much!
Man, this is great. Everything looks clean, organized, easily tappable, intuitive—and it looks awesome!!
Great work! Love the marketing page layout, too!
@Brian Benitez thank you very glad you like it! And its nice to hear from such a talented guy like you!
Now we are workin really hard to make it happen!
I LOVE this! Very nice.
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