Working on a 'New Tab' screen. So far, does this look too cluttered? Enough info to understand what's going on?
10 months ago
Hmm... What's the "high volume" thing on twitter mean? My eye seems to get lost with information trying to process. Not sure how to make it more readable. Maybe more whitespace and space between the tiles?
@Timothy Whalin This is an interface that will have to be learned the first few times, but will (hopefully) be more useful after that.
The focus is on the volume of tweets in based on the average of someone's timeline. Eg. weekends might be low volume compared to a higher volume Monday. This way you can see if it's generally quiet or if there's lots of chatter.
Make a little more sense?
Apart from the intangibility of "high volume" information I'd also like to suggest to make the listed instapaper authors (?) a direct link. From an purely aesthetic point of view I'd suggest making the source heading smaller and less prominent than the content (i.e. "unread stories"). I'd also apply a left align to everything and center the "go to" arrow icon vertically to text (you can make it slightly bigger and use the top/bottom border of the container to cut off the giant circle around)
@Natan Nikolic thanks for all the specific comments! It's hard to tell from this snap, but the goal is to be an overview of what's happening rather than an RSS-like dashboard.
I'll play around with some of your aesthetic suggestions. Cheers!
by Ted Goas
The idea for the social sites is just to give an idea of how busy each place is so you can jump in if you're missing. For the others, it's just to give a bird's eye view of what's happening.
These are not meant to act like an RSS feed to each content, but rather display enough info so you can decide whether or not to visit each location or skip it.
10 months ago
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