Thought I'd do a quick conversion of the Kippt Windows Phone app to what it would look like on Windows 8. Let me know what you think! Larger version attached.
8 months ago
Sometimes I am jealous of you for having time and stuff to do windows apps, I envy that luxury, haha. Great work.
Admittedly I have no idea what Kippt is, but as a Windows 8 fanboy this makes me happy. Really love how nice and clean it is. Would it be prudent to shorten the longer columns (2 & 3) by an item so that the app bar doesn't cover the content when it's brought up by the user (assuming the app would use it?
@Andy Babbitt Haha yeah I need to make time for it which is a struggle. I've got so many ideas I want to get out.
@Caleb Khazoyan Thanks man, glad you like it :) Kippt is basically a link/bookmark service, it's pretty dam cool: https://kippt.com/ Good thinking with the length of the columns, I think I'll do that.
Little tip: Windows 8 has a built-in search functionality, so there is no need to place a search field on the page itself.
@Bart Claeys Yeah I thought about that, originally I was trying to mimic how fluid the current Bing app is. The functionality is quite different though, so I'll probably end up taking it out :) Working on v2 at the moment.
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