iOS7 Photos - Moments

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  1. Michael Shanks Michael Shanks

    so this is a big one :)

    i've gone and made 4 new screens for this shot, each screen is what i would like to see in the new Photos app of iOS 7.

    since iOS7 has changed photos into years, collections and moments there was still a lot of things that needed tweaked and some things that needed a little tidy

    i've neatened up the topbar and added some affordance to the buttons, the current buttons on iOS7 are just labels and have no visual representation of a button = makes me sad. i've also remade the icons on the footer to be more smooth on the corners, less harsh on the eyes

    all 4 screens (Years, Collections, Moments, Selection) have been attached along with the 2 versions of the moments screen

    thanks all for the love on my previous iOS7 shots :)

    10 months ago


    nice, like the trash bin and the smoothed album icon!


    10 months ago

  3. Emery Wells Emery Wells

    This is really so much better. The icons got all the attention but the rest of the interface needs just as much help. Brilliant job. Love it.


    10 months ago

  4. Michael Shanks Michael Shanks

    @GEN SADAKANE @Emery Wells thanks guys :)

    i'm definitely going to give the rest of the interface a bit of love, my main goal was to fix the bigger things such as buttons and photo alignment etc but thats done now so i can go ahead and add some magic so to speak.

    thanks again, much appreciated.

    10 months ago

  5. next up is the notifications :)

    this time i wanted to try and space it out a little and again give each element a little bit more prominence. the new notifications are just labels floating with no real presence on the screen and can be difficult to distinguish.

    i have spaced out the buttons at the top slightly and added my own icons to the notification headers along with some styling changes to the close icons and individual item icons

    as normal 2 real pixels attached and much more to come

    10 months ago

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