I don't know how far your work on the extension is Mr. Joao, and I hope you don't mind. This was more just an experiment for myself because I wanted to get in some more practice. Maybe I can offer some help in the future.
Some changes to note:
- The "app bar" was cleaned up and the icons were normalized. The keyboard shortcuts icon was removed because they're still accessible through several other methods and I feel like it was something that you wouldn't need to access that often.
- The notifications clear all button is now a FAB
- It's kind of demonstrated in that one screenshot, but all clickable buttons have had a material ripple effect added to them where appropriate (some things like clicking on a contact in the SMS message list will immediately take you to the individual's thread, so there is no time to see the animation. They are not added in those cases).
- An individual's SMS thread used to have the title bar with the person's name and number with a back arrow, but I didn't like how it looked underneath the tabs of the app bar itself. I have since made it kind of a floating button to take you back to the message list, and the phone number has been added to the "Send message" text input below.
- I also cleaned up the settings page, and the screenshot actually includes an additional "Options" tab where I intend to mess around with customizations like date and time format. I haven't done any work there yet.
Again, just kind of for my entertainment. Please let me know if you have any feedback or ideas! Thanks for your time!
- West Oaks Urgent Care CenterIntern, 2013 - 2013
- Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center HospitalIntern, 2013 - 2013
- University of Texas at AustinUndergraduate researcher, 2011 - 2012
- University of Texas at AustinHuman Biology, 2010 - 2013Pathology and Immunity
- University of Texas at Houston Health Science CenterMedicine, 2014 - presentMedical school
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