I take away the statu lights, just changing the bg-color to indicate alarm is off.
9 months ago
loved how it looks, nice colors.
what are those little dots under time for?
@Deepak Jose Means how to repeat in week : ) Check this http://dribbble.com/shots/965090-Alarm-Clock-add-a-new-alarm
@Catt Ok nice.
Very nice. I love the concept and the simplicity :-)
So should the sliders on the top two alarms actually be on the right hand side? I love the idea for the UI, just a little confused as to which alarm is set to on.
@Tom White Yea, it's a little confusing about the switch. I design the app like this because I feel the original alarm app of iPhone needs too much fingger actions. As slide is "lighter", that may be a nice choice. Each alarm event has 3 action: edit, delete, and on/off. And I really want to have a alarm app has no text button, so I decide to define “shorter slide” as on/off, "full-distance slide" as delete. So do u like this way to use the app?
@Tom White Blue(day) alarm and black(night) alarm is on. If it's set to off, it will be grey. Just color is on, no-color is off. I used a statu light originally, then I feel changing the whole bg-color to mark on/off is better, not a small light.
looks really great! nice work.
@Catt Yeah, I think the premise is a nice one. I'd probably have to see more screens or a prototype to make a proper decision. Nice work though.
@Tom White After that day I just use slide to turn on/off, while delete button in edit view. Your confuse let me recall user must can understand the meaning of UI elements. It's more important than convenient of manipulation. Thanks for your opinion :-)
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