I decided to try and iOS mail app design. This is the result!
Real pixels attached... I'd love to know your thoughts.
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4 months ago
Featuring @Jake and @Mitch Winkel-Davis
Beautiful! Would love to see what you did with the slide out menu :)
Looks great! I see you used that list icon you designed a while ago. Well done :)
Really nice! What typeface is that?
@Andreas Karlgren Proxima Nova! Thanks
Thanks @Matej Latin
Looks great man! I love the side colors.
Looks great - white, clean, beautiful!
Excellent clean. ;-)
It's more Gmail but über sexy nonetheless. I would love this as my mail app.
It's me! :)
@Mitch Winkel-Davis yeah man! Share the love
@Mitch Winkel-Davis still waiting for your first shot... Get on it!
So very clean and simple. Makes the current Mail look clunky. Would like to see this or similar Inge next iOS update.
Love this! And not just because you featured Sidebar in there ;)
What does the color on the left side of the messages mean?
@Tor Løvskogen Bollingmo The color would be determined by the email contents (eg. HTML Emails or favicon color)
does the color coding mean anything?
Definitely clean; I love that treatment. A couple of nitpicks to really clarify things:
For one I should just echo the comments above about the colors along the side. Not really clear what they indicate: if they're random, they might be better rethought. If they're indicating tags, hopefully that's more clear when it's interactable.
Secondly, I think (if I remember correctly) that the Gmail app bolds the titles of messages you haven't read yet, and makes the preview text slightly darker as well. I think that does a world of good in terms of scannability, so it's something you might want to add in.
2 months ago
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