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Here we go!
 
We're #bynary .
We'll find the perfect solution for your idea and guide you from concept over design, development and testing to the final product and beyond.
No matter if it's a website, web-app, android-app or usability testing. We'll take care of your project!

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Thanks +Twan Hoven! =)
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This looks sooo good! Thanks a lot +Florian Schulte

Also make sure to check out his profile ;) He's a truly awesome illustrator!

#twoid   #bynary   #mensa   #canteen  
 
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It was fun working on this banner because I created these people and it's crazy in my head they got different personalities and I like one more than the other :D
Thanks to +Alexandre Piveteau​ and +Vukašin Anđelković​ for some tips :D 
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Canteen-App: revisited

I'm once again working on the canteen app I started earlier this year. Great way to explore all the goodies the design library and the Transitions framework brought to us.
The one thing that really bugs me though, is the flickering that occurs when the shared element transition starts/ends.

Oh and thanks for the awesome idea with the MorphDrawable +Nick Butcher

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Phonograph Material Redesign Concept — a fresh take on the UI/UX design in Phonograph and some new conceptual features.
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my two cents on the new G+ Layout:

I've been eagerly awaiting a major overhaul of G+ for months, so I was kind of excited when I heard the new UI got released. unfortunately, this was my reaction:

Tried it, perceived it as unusable and confusing, switched back to the comfy old layout.

I really don't get the combination of different nav structures in the android app as well, but its characteristic for Google to disappoint us here and there. Especially when implementing its own guidelines.

Oh and the G+ dev team did this last year too, when they switched from a nav-drawer to the (IMO) less useful dropdown, which is (well, "has been") way harder to reach.

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Android Recents Menu Concept

After I complained about the shortcomings of the current Recents Menu implementation, +Ian Lake asked if I had a better idea that maintained the speed and ease of use, while making the nature of the relationship between tasks, documents and apps more clear. [0] This is a concept that hopes to achieve that goal. I previously posted a quick static mockup [1], but have since evolved the idea and am using motion to better illustrate it here.

Hi-res video: https://youtu.be/gA1RbEFDnIU

The main idea is to switch to a horizontally stacked app list, with the respective tasks and documents stacked vertically. I believe this better suits the majority use case: users typically only navigate to the last 3 - 4 Recents entries and think of tasks/documents as part of the app. It clarifies why there are multiple entries for each app, and reduces the overall clutter, allowing for more utility.

Answers to some critiques:

- This only allows you to see one app at a time, while the current one shows you 4.

Actually, the current implementation shows you 3, at best, because the bottom one is your current app. The top entry screenshot isn't visible at all, so it could be argued that only 2 entries are truly accessible.

My concept allows the user to easily tap on the icon, instead of a card, which automatically switches to the most recent task or document. Combined with the ability to see 3 - 4 entries per app at a time, and the user can now easily switch to at least 4 different screens. 8+ if they tap the edges of the off-screen cards.

This approach also allows apps to use different App Bar colors to make distinguishing between tasks even easier (e.g. Google Messenger contact colors). As more apps use the task/document approach, this concept only gets better. The current one only gets worse; more cluttered. 

- You can no longer horizontally swipe to remove apps from the list, which will slow me down.

One of the main focuses of this concept is to reduce the time you spend clearing the Recents Menu. However, you can also now clear all tasks from an app at once. I believe this is a fair tradeoff for the added utility and clarity. 

[0] https://plus.google.com/+PaulBurke/posts/Ro6oCnxpSQQ
[1] https://plus.google.com/+PaulBurke/posts/iecPmjnAeYf
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A long-cherished dream comes true - +Sebastian Homeier​ and I founded a company together!

Thanks a lot to everyone who supported us on the journey!

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Great to have such a talented illustrator like +Florian Schulte contribute to the canteen app and make it stand out with a beautiful illustration!

You should definitely check out his other works, too ;)

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Oh my gosh, I'm so happy right now!!

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Google Launches Android Studio 2.0 With Improved Android Emulator And New Instant Run Feature
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A bunch of new official system icons! Yipee!
Material icons are beautifully crafted, delightful, and easy to use in your web, Android, and iOS projects.
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It's finally here! And it's open source!!

+Nick Butcher's Material Design showcase app "plaid". 

#android   #materialdesign   #plaid  
 
Plaid is a showcase of material design
https://github.com/nickbutcher/plaid
Contribute to plaid development by creating an account on GitHub.
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