Twitter iOS concept using Material Design
Material Design is a design language set forth by Google for use across platforms.
I am a fan of Material design, but I am also fan of platform and common use patterns. My attempt was to create a small section of Twitter for iOS with a Material Design flavor. I tried to think about common use, platform patterns and of course Material design and how can you combine those effectively.
Status Bar: Keeping the iOS guidelines by not implementing the translucent effect of material design.
Navigation Bar: Secondary source of navigation. Includes brand identity, content display controls (search), settings menu.
Timeline: I chose the timeline to remain as true as possible to the standard iOS screen in order to maximize the users familiarity.
Tab BAR / Tool bar : This is the primary navigation and must be present on every screen. According to iOS guidelines there are no more than 5 tabs displayed at a time. (Familiarity).
FAB (Material): Contains the most promoted action of the screen that the user is focused.
FAB Speed dial (Material): The floating action button flings out related actions upon press. Take Photos or videos, get images or videos or Tweet.
Navigation Bar: Implementing more Brand Presence
FAB (Material): Keeping the color of Fab as is for branding consistency.
Navigation Bar: Keeping the brand identity makes it more stronger.
FAB (Material): Making the interaction even more simpler.
LESS STEPS: Offering directly to the user in one step all their options. They can immediately tap on the text field to tweet, upload an existing photo or video or create a new one.
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