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Everybody is redesigning iOs 7 right now. Like any other designer I have a few suggestions, so I decided to create my own version as well.
Besides changing the look and fell of icons and UI, I also made 2 little usability suggestions:
1) When an app is on the dock, it supposed to be a frequent used app, right? How about hiding its name to the user who are already very familiar with it? I thought it could be a charming little big detail, what do you think?
2) The Control Center has different interaction type:
• On and off toggles
• Brightness and volume intensity sliders
• Currently playing controls
• App launch shortcuts
I reorganized it, putting the flashlight as a toggle, Airdrop as an app launch shortcut and only showing Airplay when available. This makes more sense to me, what do you think?
See the attachments for details and give me your thoughts! ;)