After several of hours of sketching, thinking, and finally painting, I can finally show this up, still WIP.
When the iPhone 5 came up, the audio player was broken. Every pixel was perfectly tailored for it, and trying to make it fit on the 5 was… well, complicated. On other side, several new features came along on services like Spotify or Rdio, making our music players more social and fun. Something isn't quite right, so I tried my best.
I tried to do something different not for the sake of being different, but to try to fix this half broken stuff. Regular controls are a bit dated, so I tried something using the covers in a different way, providing visual cues to interact with them. I'm sure you'll have questions or things you don't like. Just shoot :)
Highly recommended to view it on an actual device. I hope you like it!
5 months ago
Nice work Alberto, really good :-)
I like it. Especially the blurred artwork on the back.
I have a question: why is there an 'x' in the upper left corner? Isn't a classic 'back' button better suited? How do I get to this screen?
I really like it, but it's hard to judge from just seeing this one screen…
What's the star for? Favorite songs[albums]?
How would you skip a song? From what I see you could only skip albums, unless you went to list view and selected another song manually…
Still pretty cool, very interesting! :D
Love that slider control!
This is great!
Care to share were you found the last 5 icons?
Just for fun -
5 months ago
@Alessandro Vendruscolo you're probably right. I'll need to so some more tests :)
@Manolo Sañudo I need to prepare a full interaction prototype so you can see how it works. It's better to write a huge explanation :)
@Tanveer Junayed @Tji Sousa thanks, guys!
@ecq Pictos! Nice job on the rebound, BTW.
Thanks again to everybody! What a wonderful time I'm having with this! :)
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