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about 1 year ago
Very clean. I like it.
I like how clean it looks.. however, I don't feel like justifying each party far right and left is the best idea for reading purposes... your eyes get into a exhaustive zig-zag behavior instead of being able to fluidly read straight down each message. Nice work though.
@Kevin Hamil Hadn't thought about this. Thanks!
@Jonathan Schulz Thank you!
Real nice, love the thumbnails ;)
@Fabian Schultz Thank you!
haha stop putting words in my mouth :P but it is indeed very nice, one suggestion: get rid o the huge bar on top if you are not putting anything in it anyway
Hey, that's my face! Looking good dude :)
Thaaaaaanks for the critique @Patrick Schneider!
And thanks for the compliment @Dan Eden !
But... where's all the other buttons?
A minimalistic but powerful version! Very nice!
@Juan Gomez Which buttons do you mean?
@Dreamix Studio Thanks!
Nice work, super clean!
I'd personally choose one style of avatar, the inconsistency between the square ones and the Skype logo shaped ones is a little distracting.
How would messages in group conversations be displayed? Would you have the user on one side and everyone else on the other?
Other than that, great job!
@Jon Mulligan First, thank you! On group conversations it would be the same, as you described. The user is on the right side and the other member of the conversation would be on the other side. Because you see the avatar.
@Dominik Schmidt ⚛ Yeah, sounds good! :)
Add contact, recent conversations, invite someone to join, home, favorites list and others :P
Oh, your right, @Juan Gomez! Will add this!
This looks really great! I think the only thing that is throwing me off is the type bubble when the contact is typing. I think I'm just used to it being inward embossed rather than outward embossed
@Joe Norton Thought of the same thing. Thanks for the feedback!
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