Dribbble for Mac UI


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  1. Christian Dalonzo Christian Dalonzo

    Designed this for fun. Check out the full view here or at the attachment above.

    Please let me know what you think!

    almost 3 years ago

  2. Mike DelGuidice Mike DelGuidice

    Love this! Make it so :-)

    almost 3 years ago

  3. Collin Henderson Collin Henderson

    It's cool, but too custom. Hardly can tell it's native at all.


    almost 3 years ago

  4. Mike DelGuidice Mike DelGuidice

    @Collin why have it look native if you can make it your own?

    almost 3 years ago

  5. Collin Henderson Collin Henderson

    @Mike Why bother making a native app at all? It's essentially a restyle of the website. I'm not saying he should use 100% native elements. I'm saying this just looks more like a web app than a native one. OS X is all about unification, and even the great apps that use custom UI's still for the most part manage to stay with the general theme of OS X.


    almost 3 years ago

  6. Mike DelGuidice Mike DelGuidice

    @Collin I see where you coming from, to each their own.

    almost 3 years ago

  7. Collin Henderson Collin Henderson

    @Chris Yet Tweetbot still maintains basic iOS UI functionality: Tab bars, Table Views, Navigation Views etc.

    You're UI looks more like a web app, because none of the interface elements seem to be based off of native cocoa elements

    almost 3 years ago

  8. Anthony Armendariz Anthony Armendariz

    @Collin the good thing about personal projects or experimental fun endeavors is that there lays no real product, specifications, or client. Thus no right or wrongs. Experimenting pushes the envelope and us as desgners.

    over 2 years ago

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