Google IO 2014 Keynote Live Stream – Web Design gets Material Design Part 4

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Google IO 2014 Keynote Live Stream.

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7 Responses

03.26.15

Wow. iPhone rip off. 

03.26.15

I dont like the white color of the menu button and of google search :/

03.26.15

for fast fluid, animation bla bla.. for nothing and btw buy the new phone
too.. 

03.26.15

4:30,

Disagree. Instead of making each individual tab as behave like a separate
app in the recents list, simply design a cleaner UI within chrome to switch
between tab (e.g. simulate a recents list within chrome for tabs only.)

Mixing tabs and apps in the recents list is extremely confusing. You then
start to be unable to tell between apps and sites. Think about it. If you
have a quora app open, and the quora webpage open. if you have gmail app
open ,and but also have gmail from your browser.

I’ll go on to say that I personally think the recents list is a design
flaw. It should behave more like a task manager, showing only the running
tasks. With a recents list, instead of a “running now” list, I can’t tell
which apps i’ve closed or not. I find myself more concerned about battery
management than easily accessing the apps i recently used. If i want to get
to apps i use, well, that’s what the customizable app home pages and
groupable icons are for.

Oh, and realize lots of users today tend to open tons of tabs. this is
simply asking to flood the recents list. Terrible design.

03.26.15

60fps O.O…google you have amazed me again!

03.26.15

She seemed nervous.

03.26.15

6:00 very good. This needs to happen via gmail as well. Certain apps like
Meetup implement this on the app’s side, but it should really be done from
the OS / core apps side. An API is satisfactory as well.

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