Kelly Woods

Pixel Craftman Joined 10 months ago

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  • Posted to Show DN: SyncBird - A Step Toward Redesigning & Rebuilding iTunes, in reply to Ravi Shanker , Apr 18, 2018

    This is how it looks: Screenshot 1Screenshot 2Screenshot 3

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  • Posted to Show DN: SyncBird - A Step Toward Redesigning & Rebuilding iTunes, in reply to Ravi Shanker , Apr 18, 2018

    Thank you Ravi. We were thinking to add a slideshow to help users browse the interfaces. And it's glad to hear your feedback. Thanks :)

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  • Posted to Show DN: SyncBird - A Step Toward Redesigning & Rebuilding iTunes, Apr 18, 2018

    Dear DNers,

    We are from MiniCreo, the builder of SyncBird. We decided to give a try on Re-designing/Re-building iTunes because of a review of iTunes by Peter Cohen from iMore.com:

    "I think iTunes is profoundly broken and has just gotten worse over the years. A bloated patchwork, iTunes tries to do too many things and does too many of them poorly. It’s become Apple’s catch-all for media, applications, tethered syncing of iOS devices and iPods and more..."

    So would iTunes be better if it could get a revamped design?

    @Andrew Michael Todd has written an early post titled: "I Got Rejected by Apple Music… So I Redesigned It", which has produced great thoughts on re-designing Apple Music. Also inspired by a students design program - Rethink iTunes - we made another try with this challenge.

    Wish you may give it a try and let us know if you have any further thoughts on how could we make improvements.

    Thanks for your viewing :)

    Team MiniCreo

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  • Posted to Would This Design Be OK for App Review? What I Missed?, in reply to Alex Hoffman , Apr 11, 2018

    Sorry about this mistake, I thought it's free for download. Will correct it soon.

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  • Posted to Would This Design Be OK for App Review? What I Missed?, in reply to Andreas Ubbe Dall , Apr 11, 2018

    Sorry but I just want to make sure the design and content of this page are both ok for giving readers sufficient and convincing info on apps we find and share. This idea was drawn from awwwards.com and here's an example: https://www.awwwards.com/sites/creddy

    I just thought we are missing:

    • bread crumbs,
    • user comments,
    • app category,
    • app popularity,
    • similar apps,
    • alternative apps,
    • an entry for developers to submit/update/edit their apps,
    • user suggestions.

    And we want to issue updates gradually. Any suggestions or recommendations?

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