Here`s a few pixels from me :) I just wanted to imagine, if we can change smthn lol :) Those guys will newer hear us.
But, anyways, I love my iPhone, and here how do I want to see it.
I love what @Meng To made, but i think its just more looks like Android, so i tryed to give back some "Apple Style". Good or not - you say :)
Full pixels here http://cl.ly/O6Nc
about 1 year ago
Apple should take note! This is the way it should've been done since the start.
One little detail, I would stick with the original logos for the FB or Twitter icons instead of the Like and Hashtag icons. It doesn't speak as much as it could.
@Frederic Richard Thank you for warm words :)
I know about icons which doesnt speak for themselves, but that was made for fun, so I decided to give some difference. I think colours are good indicators to know which social web u r going to use.
Anyways - you`re definetly right, icons are not just icons here. Its logos, so thats my bad.
Thank you for your feedback :)
associating the Like action with the post action is over complicating the meaning of the button, same as the hashtag for the tweet action. Also consider whether a user could decide what widgets or toggles would be at the top, for example, people who don't take flights often will probably consider a toggle for airplane mode to be a waste of screen real estate.
@Daniel Swan what can I say - made for fun. If i'd like to make REAL thing to use - i'd think about every pixel. But this is just a fantasy, so as I said - I wanted to make some difference to just have fun:) so dont take it close :)
I also wish that iOS 7 comes with an Emma Watson integration, good work buddy
@Simon Godbout ahah :) This would be pretty cool, bro :D
R2D2 also would be a nice friend lol )
Thanx a lot :)
Really love this, looks stunning. Interesting decision to stick all notifications together, rather than separating them by app. I actually like that much better, but that's probably because I only get notifications from 3-4 apps that get sent to the notifications center. I feel like it might get overwhelming for people who use it for many more.
12 months ago
by Veera Watchara
I did this a couple of months back when I started playing with UI design. It was way before I got drafted to Dribbble. I really liked what Alex did. And since this was really my first major UI design; it seems appropriate that it'd also be my "first" shot on Dribbble with WWDC just on the horizon.
Any constructive comments are greatly appreciated since I'm only just starting out with UI/UX.
10 months ago
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