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Redesigned the Dribbble for iOS app to align more with iOS.
The current app (2.0.2) follows more of a Material Design guidelines. Instead of burying the main sections of the app into a side drawer, utilize the tab bar controller. This eliminates an additional tap as well as makes for easy access. Another simple way to have easy access to Messages and Jobs is to take advantage of the navigation and place them as items in it.
But one thing I will say that I love about the new design is the new edge-to-edge feed design.