Many Windows Phone users miss a kind of notification center that shows all current notifications at a glance. That is why I dealt with it, how to implement such a function, and the result is the "Notification Corner". If new notifications are available, they are displayed with a colored rectangle. To open the notification screen you only need to tap on the rectangle. The "Notification Corner" gives you an overview on setting and current releases such as messages, e-mails, updates, events, etc.
I would be very grateful if one or the other could give a feedback. If you like my concept, share it Thanks in advance
The first screen shows a login screen, with preferences and accessibility settings in the top right corner.
The second screen show dock settings, with the option to add docklets (like docky has), including workspace switcher, trash and activate dash button.
The third shows a view where the dash has been activated and the applications lens has been selected, but no search has been made yet. This would show all of the available applications, letting users see what they have installed, which is more difficult to do in the current system. The application has its named displayed (but stripped of any purpose, eg Gedit not Gedit Text Edtor), so that each app has its own individual branding, but each with a short description that tells users what they can use the app for.
You know I'm a member of Palladium Power, a software development 'studio' for Microsoft-Products, like WinPhone and Windows 8. I have released many concepts with the Palladium Power branding. But Palladium Power is only a hobbyiest-'software company'. The more I release new concepts, the more our software is displaced. So I decided to seperate the concepts from Palladium Power. Palladium Power still exists! It will only represent our software Products.
We’re working on developing a UI for the latest version of Metro. Josh and I both felt that previous versions of Metro for Firefox represented the UI well, but we also agreed we could do a better job adapting it in future versions.
So far, we’ve enlarged some elements of the UI to help bring focus to areas of high importance. Typography is an essential part of the Metro UI so we are working on bringing some new, bold text styles to the theme as well.
Another important change in this release will be the addition of real Metro icons directly from the brains behind the UI itself. We both think that this helps complete the look we attempted earlier in Metro’s design stage.
We plan on pushing the tabs into the titlebar now that Firefox 4 allows it.
To-Do: - Adapt the Firefox Button to feel at home with Metro - Menus and Popups - Options Window