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.
9 months ago
i like where you're going with this.
i definitely love the idea of displaying activity as a generalized word rather than a number, mostly because i feel obligated to check updates if the number is anything but 0.
@Jim E Silverman Interesting observation, Jim. I wonder if I should consider a different layout for, say, a zero inbox.
It looks better than Metro, to be honest.
Thanks, @Rolando Murillo, let's call it "Metro Inspired" :)
This looks like a really awesome app. Love that there aren't numbers as well and it looks simple considering all the things being communicated. Nice work. Is this going to be an actual product?
@Sarah Hicks Yes! It will be an actual product, but as a tool at my day job. More monitoring different types of sites, less ESPN scores :)
Yes... This is very nice indeed.
8 months ago
Found this through Quora. Nice. :)
7 months ago
6 months ago
Neat idea and nicely displayed!
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