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Next Windows Phone by nik255 Next Windows Phone by nik255
This is a concept I made for the next Microsoft Windows Phone. In my opinion the Modern UI style (or earlier Metro), which Microsoft introduced with Windows Phone, is very interesting. Nevertheless it is in need of improvement. For example there should be more options for customization. New apps, more Tiles and features like a notification center also need to be integrated. This concept should illustrate what it could be like.

I would be very grateful if one or the other could give a feedback. If you like my concept, share it ;) Thanks in advance :)

Niklas Lv
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:iconstelios53:
stelios53 Jan 25, 2014  Student Photographer
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!
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gibranalfaro Jan 16, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
I like it!
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Commander-jao Dec 12, 2012  Student General Artist
I like how you have moved away from the charms bar.
One interesting thing would be to either colour coding the notifications by importance or 'letting' apps tinge the notifications with their colour.
I like what you've done with the homescreen.
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:iconwp7user:
Not a fan, sorry
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nik255 Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Maybe you could explain in more detail what you don’t like. Furthermore I wonder what you would change.
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:iconwp7user:
It is "too much". Windows Phone is about minimalism and that's one reason I love it. I don't want it to cluttered.
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nik255 Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Thank you for your more specific reply. I agree with you that the minimalism makes up Windows Phone. As I said, the concept is still in development. In my opinion it turns out that for example shortcuts for Wi-Fi etc. would simplify operations especially in everyday use. You may have an idea of how you can implement shortcuts more minimalist.
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Commander-jao Dec 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Maybe when you pull down the wireless stuff from the top like you do currently, you could tap on them to disable/enable.
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:icondariosuper:
great concept!
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:iconpiseltak:
wow awesome my opinion it don look like android totally fresh idea. really like the taskbar concept, we can see multi task and running application
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