|Mar 20, 2014, 03:59 PM||#1|
OS X 10.10 Mockup Shows Off 'Flat', iOS-Inspired Design
In iOS 7, Apple redesigned the user interface from top to bottom, removing most "skeuomorphic" elements and giving the OS a cleaner and lighter look and feel. Back in January, it was reported that OS X 10.10 -- code named Syrah -- would also see a flatter redesign, but that it would not see as extensive a reworking as iOS did.
Designer Danny Giebe has posted a series of concept images on Dribbble, showing what an iOS 7-inspired redesign of OS X could look like:
Article Link: OS X 10.10 Mockup Shows Off 'Flat', iOS-Inspired Design
|Mar 20, 2014, 04:00 PM||#4|
Sounds good to me. As long as they don't remove function. I like having the same look across all my devices. Just please don't make all the dock icons square
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|Mar 20, 2014, 04:01 PM||#19|
Every 'flat' OSX design concept I've seen has been really nice. Apple could be so subtle with it and still keep everything distinctly OSX. With simple straight lines and block colours, Mac OSX could become something really up to date and modern whilst still remaining iconic and instantly recognisable as OSX.
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