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Ubuntu designer Christina Li presents the Weather app's design process
Swiping gestures, fully-usable screen edges, handy indicators, multiple views, are among the features offered by Ubuntu for phones, overall polished interface that set the touch-based Ubuntu operating system as an object attracting a massive amount of positive reactions.
Moreover, currently, there is happening a serious process of enlarging Ubuntu for phones' core applications, process traversing multiple stages, including sketching, design and code implementation.
Furthermore, the Ubuntu designers are approaching the Weather app, presently putting together a set of designs related to the Weather app.
Experienced Ubuntu designer Christina Li published a definitely interesting article, displaying the design of Weather with clear step-by-step details.
The images show a promising, truly captivating Weather app with numerous functionalities and views, the sketches are backed by explanatory behind-decision text descriptions, allowing interested-in-design users to grasp the exciting stage before the actual creation (in code) of applications, as generated by professional designers.
The full article can be enjoyed on http://design.canonical.com/2013/03/app-patterns-applied-weather-key-jou...
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