Tasks and notifications in one drawer. Just an idea.
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9 months ago
Yes, that works.
That grey outer border should be opaque and on the outside of the box so it blends with the nice orange you’ve got going on there.
In. My. Opinion.
@Mike Meyer consider it done bby.
Very clean. I like the hierarchy. Does each panel scroll individually?
To keep it simple the entire thing (tasks and notifications) would scroll together. There would never be much more than 4 or 5 things in the task area at anytime.
Agree with @Mike Meyer - get that border fixed! I also think the backgrounds to the notifications should be white and maybe just change colour on hover? The coloured icons would stand out better I think.
@j already addressed the border above buddy. ;)
The blue signals a new notification, while the grey would signal one you've already viewed, if they were all white it would be a bit confusing to the participants me thinks.
Great idea to pair what you should be doing with distractions like notifications. Best time for a reminder :)
I love this so much
Pretty darn good bro !
Great work. And agree with @Mike Meyer on the border.
Elegant and beautiful!
That looks like that thingy @Jared Erondu just posted ;)
@Trevor Gerzen That's a good thing. ;)
I felt this, ya feel?
I really like the simple and clean look of notifications. It is also very easy to scan. I have a quick question on Notifications design, I hope you don't mind answering it:
Why did you divided notifications in to different categories?
What is the thinking process behind it?
8 months ago
Really like this UI.
@Mark Bult Thanks Mark!
@chaitanyamendu The top art are tasks that repeat on a daily & weekly basis depending on the task. The bottom section are the actual notifications. By combining the two we can surface the things you need to do as well as show you the things happening in real time like mentions and messages.
Thanks for giving clear clarification on notification categories. I really like clean and crisp UI.
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