This is the settings screen of the email app I posted previously. That part under the vacation mode is the text input for the automatic reply you usually set for when you go on vacation.
Inspired by the scarily good work of @Victor Erixon
Full resolutions attached for the iPhone 4S and 5.
Oh yeah and thanks for helping me reach the 3,000 followers mark :)
12 months ago
"Vacation Mode" I WANT THAT FEATURE!!!
Looks great btw! :)
Awesome, really like the icon colors! :)
Lovely UI! Great! @Nathan Walker
Digging that theme Nathan.
wondering what the loading cloud is for?
@Adrien Olczak thanks man. It shows the "syncing with cloud" progress. As in downloading new mail etc.
Love a lot!
I would make the toggle dark and add some noise to make it fit even better into the rest of the UI. Looks good!
DUDE 3K W00T W00T
This is awesome man, I need vacation mode in my life like... yesterday!
One of the more thought out "Messin Around" apps out there and it's super slick to boot.
Looks really nice!!
Love that cloud next to the left toolbar action, @Nathan Walker
"Vacation Mode" is a really good feature ! Good job team
I didn't know that Settings screens can be that sexy!
its really nice!
great going man :)
Great work! Congrats on reaching 3k!
Looks good, imho, I think that toggle is too long though. I like the idea of cloud.
But we were really wanting to book Coldplay for a concert THIS WEEKEND, Chris!
That is the best settings view I've seen! What exactly does the small cloud on the top left do? Does it fill up on every change to show that it's saved?
lol, was the iphone 5 shot really necessary? ;)
@Jim Silverman Haha I only do those shots so the people with iPhone 5s can view it properly without having to download something like Skala.
You should build that! I would definitely buy it and pay for it! Love it - looks really great.
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