Wunderlist 2 has hit the stores!
We use ribbons everywhere in Wunderlist so we wanted to create a formula that would work for the ribbons in any size.
@Benedikt Lehnert (Head of Product) and I sat down and came up with this :)
I attached the a larger version of the three stages
I really suggest following the rest of the 6Wunderkinder product team on dribbble.
12 months ago
Amazing. You guys are so dedicated to shipping a great product, can't wait to try it :)
Ah, Math. Looks WUNDERful.
P.S. No math love for the star? :(
awesome work, nice to se behind the of the project :)
Cool! @Timothy ッ
Can't wait, wonderful man!
If this amount of thought went into everything that was made then the world would be very, very beautiful.
Awesome work dude:)
Lists is crap. But, your design is great.
@Ivan Kutcher Lists wont be crap for much longer ;)
@Zander Brade We put a lot of effort in every single detail. The ribbon illustration that @Timothy ッ is showing here is kinda representation of the whole process behind Wunderlist 2. The height and fontsize of list items for instance now follow the rule of thirds as well as the ribbon. You can definitely feel the difference this makes. We are really happy with the results and are more then excited to show it to the world soon!
@Benedikt Lehnert exactly. You guys are just killing everything at the moment, constantly churning out beautiful pixels. So excited for W2. Good job guys!
its really nice mate ;)
Looks amazing. Perfectly amazing.
Hey Timothy, I think you've done an A+ job on this ribbon. I'm curious though - how come you guys are using that motif so heavily in your design? Is it a legacy element? I'm curious since, WADR, it seems like ribbons are on the backside of the popularity curve.
so sexy man, wish the star was stitched though :P
@Philip Clark We are not thinking in trends redesigning the product. The wood, paper and red ribbon have become iconic for Wunderlist and they all serve a certain function in the app. The ribbon for instance let's you prioritize an item. Keep these iconic elements and moving them over into a redesigned product was one of our goals. If it's about taste, then our users are free to change one of 16 new backgrounds, from solid color, to ambient to photos.
@Benedikt Lehnert That makes sense - thanks for the thoughtful non-flamey response.
Insane! Can't wait to use it on my phone too, I am a beta user for a while now, not a day without it.
@Philip Clark sure thing! hope you will check out Wunderlist 2 once it is out and let us know how you like it! :)
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