More details with the 720p video.
Quickly toogle options from the lock screen. I am not sure a similar concept hasn't been done already but it was a good starting point to learn prototyping with Screenflow.
Thanks to Newar for getting me started!
over 1 year ago
Similar to androids super useful notification dropdown.
Incredibly simple and super effective. iOS has become so slow to improve.
Loved the interaction when there are notifications.
Make it happen! ;)
very cool :)
One of the only things I actually miss about android. And this just looks better too (as it shouuld on iOS) :)
This makes a lot of sense, but I doubt Apple would do it on the lock screen. It seems like it should be in the Notifications Center.
interesting idea ;)
I want it. Now.
Also, I feel like if Apple was doing such a thing, they would probably add a way to go to the settings app from there. Like to select the wifi you want, or the bluetooth device you want to connect to...
Really nice animation! What do you use for this?
Interesting idea and well executed. I like the thinking behind how it could interact with notifications. Very similar to the quick tools for music controls when you double tap the home screen, but better interaction. Well done
i could get used to it ;)
I'll second that. Yes please!
Where's the brightness option? :-)
I'll order one of those please :) nice work
Brilliant idea & great execution on top of IOS' style.
This is a fantastic idea. There is an interesting conversation happening on Branch right now regarding What does 'unique' mean in design, and I think this perfectly fits the bill - a new approach to a problem, executed in a manner that clearly presents the solution.
Plus I love the idea of being able to quickly turn on airplane mode.
about 1 year ago
@Jean-Marc Denis Your welcome! Not a bad idea at all, keep it up. :)
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