App #12, FallBoard

Instead of trying to manipulate your apps through your iPhones homescreen, fallboard provides a list interface for you to quickly view your apps and create new groups. You can even sort your apps by name, date, frequency of use, etc. You can than preview how your layout would look and apply it to your phone. Never lose track of your apps again.

Animated UI

Animated UI

https://www.ycombinator.com/rfs/#vrar

In todays app, the ‘user’ can organize their apps by name, color, category and frequency of usage. It’s a bit more conceptual today, since Apple doesn’t allow third party apps to edit the springboard.

Thank you Mashable for the recommendation, I’ll make sure to check out Instagram on my “New iPhone” 3GS

Thank you Mashable for the recommendation, I’ll make sure to check out Instagram on my “New iPhone” 3GS

Working on the Homescreen app movement - needs a lot more work

Working on the Homescreen app movement - needs a lot more work

Steps for today

  1. Research creative springboard layouts

  2. Choose specific organization methods (i.e. color, frequency)

  3. Design ‘app’ UX

  4. Animate app and icon movement

by Alexandre Levacher  “What you need is, for each line, to select your top three apps you use the most, and for the fourth slot, to create a folder with the name of the category”

by Alexandre Levacher

“What you need is, for each line, to select your top three apps you use the most, and for the fourth slot, to create a folder with the name of the category”

Apple’s “Shortcuts” allows you to create customized app icons for your homescreen that can trigger different actions.

Apple’s “Shortcuts” allows you to create customized app icons for your homescreen that can trigger different actions.


Layouts
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UI Screens

UI Screens

Until tomorrow,

App #13, Foldable Display

App #11, In Restaurant Ordering System