UI design for an SMS tool we are working on. Full view attached.
4 months ago
Good, clean, simple.
Easy to perception, nice
Very clean, very nice.
Why so much space to the left of the SMS content?
@Ryan McLaughlin Some people have really long last names.
What if the name was on its own line so there was more room for the content?
I think it looks lovely!
I do wonder how are you going to resolve the background of the non-open conversations, always that same gradient or is it there now for Dribbble stylistics?
@Ryan McLaughlin Yea that could work. I'm also thinking we might end up getting rid of the names all together as it is a bit redundant. By doing so, we wouldn't have to worry about line space and have much more room for texts even though there is a 300 character limit.
@AJ Lopez definitely some dribbble styling here :) the non open convos will probably be a solid color.
looks nice :) very soft style nothing heavy :)
@Dash You could use a gradient mask for the big names too. Would look elegant and solve the problem without getting the info away :P
BTW, why so much love google apps style design?
iOS, display resolutions and CPU/GPU power is enough for render good photo realistic UI?
Why design for design, or design for designers?
God bless Proxima Nova.
I am digging this "puzzle" look to it. For example, the "Seth" is attached to the main content. ;)
Looks great! Agree with the above comments, it'd be nice to see less white space on the messages. May as well get rid of those names in the messages, as they're already on SMS list on the left. Killer job!
I can open it, and it looks awesome!
Good work Dash, but sms on an iPad? Isn't it just sending messages?
really cool :)
Very clean, nice work.
great work, @Dash
it's nice to see so many good projects in one portfolio!
thanks for sharing!
Love your work man.
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