Show DN: Skype for Mac Concept(behance.net)

over 6 years ago from Roland Hidvegi, Product Designer

  • Roland Hidvegi, over 6 years ago

    Hi Guys,

    This would be my version of skype. I modified the key visuals using ovals instead of symmetric circles. Used more the primary blue colour on the left. Collected all the main functions and clean up a bit the interface.

    What do you think?

    2 points
    • Daryl GinnDaryl Ginn, over 6 years ago

      Looks great, dude.

      1 point
    • Khaled Islam BouyaKhaled Islam Bouya, over 6 years ago

      It always impressive when a single person does a better job than a whole team.

      1 point
      • Roland Hidvegi, over 6 years ago

        That is just my personal concept, a whole team can do a much better job! Thanks!

        2 points
      • Joel CalifaJoel Califa, over 6 years ago

        Really? I always think it's more impressive when an entire team that has to deal with reality, constraints, budgets, deadlines, and limited resources does a better job than a single person with none of that.

        33 points
        • Roland Hidvegi, over 6 years ago

          The Microsoft team knows everything about their users, I know just my own needs, so they could do a much better job. This is a quick concept that can open new opportunities.

          14 points
          • Shaun Webberly, over 6 years ago

            This is the type of attitude that we should all take when approaching unsolicited UI redesigns. It's just a single person's POV, sans any data or design requirements that the Microsoft team may have. Not an indictment of their work, but rather a more aesthetic form of exploration. Nice job.

            10 points
          • Evan KnightEvan Knight, over 6 years ago

            10/10

            0 points
        • Joe Blau, over 6 years ago

          While I generally agree, I've been on some teams with uninformed and politically motivated people in leadership positions. I've literally seen team leaders make terrible product decisions due to not understanding their reality, constraints, budgets, deadlines and limited resources. Just because you have the information; that doesn't mean you make better product design decisions.

          5 points