An exercise in mixing various mobile OS styles. Check the attachments for the large/full view and the white variation.
about 1 year ago
@Phyek is back! Great work man. Inspirational.
I've always wanted to work on something like this. Your exercise is pretty awesome. Congrats!
Nice work, exercise went pretty well, eh? A lot of good things going on in these screens. I think you nailed the settings screen.
@Phyek Looks amazing, man. Great job!
Great work brother!
It does look interesting and I like the design language. Although, it does lack some "hints" to what you can touch and what you can't, but I'm sure those can be adjusted. For example, the "your message" on the messaging screen (I think) sort of looks as though you sent it and it didn't make it to the receiver. Almost like a glitch- which might overwhelm new users. My thinking behind this philosophy is that since it has such a strict "metro" UI, with text and lack of highlights, strokes, drop shadow, and hierarchy, (etc), it weakens the variety of different UI's that may be available. Those other third party apps would act like a bunch of pariahs sitting on a metro-like OS. If I were to design an OS, I'd have to keep in mind third party apps as well as defaults and built it. It looks nice, but could your UI truly be functional as a real mobile platform? These are just my opinions- no need to take it hard, just pointing out what I feel :)
Love the concept! Keep up the good work!
Well done. I love the white version. Super clean!
This is cool. UX-wise, I really like the LED ring idea. Do you mean that a different color means a different type of notification is available to you?
I could really see that: e.g. green if you have new text messages, yellow or red if you missed a phone call, etc. And customizable colors/blinking patterns for different apps maybe?
Very interesting UX. I like it!
Graphic-wise, I think the sun-icon is too simple.
I like you approach to notifications sliding in from the left. I made that a part of one of my more recent projects when viewed on mobile devices.
@Bart Ebbekink, @Paco Soria, @Ted Goas, @Ben J, @Ionut Zamfir, @Lynnn, @Kartik Mahant , @Andy Armstrong, @Irfan Mir
Thanks for the comments :)
Good point about the lack of hints for the input areas. Early on, I actually had "your messages" italicized to distinguish it from user text but I can’t remember why I changed it. Thanks for the comment (and no worries, I welcome any thoughts/criticism).
Yes, each color would signify a different type of notification (and be user configurable).
The sun icon is the bomb, don't listen to @Irfan Mir.
Who are you and why didn't I follow you before?! ))
@Kuba Holuj, @Dmitriy Chuta, @Dave Snowden, @Oleg Stirbu Thanks for the comments :)
really like this.
Very nice, the dark one is the better one :)
12 months ago
Great work man. The Vangelis Blade Runner soundtrack is definitely one of my favorites :)
8 months ago
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