August 15, 2013 - 19:50

Google Calendar for Android Redesign Concept


Adapting what we've seen in the redesigned Play Store, Maps and Play Music

Throughout the last few years Google has somehow reached to make kind like all of itís applications look great and fun to use. One of the apps that has not been full-redesigned for some time now is the Google calendar. Itís also a great application and much better than most not-Google apps, but itís not comparable to what we've seen lately. So I kind of looked at other recently updated Google apps, such as the Play store, Google Maps and Music, and designed some changes and ideas on my own!

At first, the top bar got colored and a navigation menu has been added. Thereís also now always the current agenda at the bottom, which can be pulled up, listing events that are set during the time space your looking at (for example month or another week).

Tapping on an event shouldn't always directly open a whole new page, as it is much better suited for these few information to be just shown in a small box. To change some deeper stuff, the user still can tap this box again of course.

At last also the agenda interface has been changed. Besides now being pulled up, the events are now listed in Google Now-like cards, as this seems to be the new overall Google design standard, and thus the calendar app finally really looks much better and modern and is also more easy and more fun to use!

Whatís your opinion on this redesign concept? Do you think it would do well in between Google's latest updates? Whatís your opinion on the new style seen lately in Google's app updates?

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August 15, 2013 - 19:50

Google Calendar for Android Redesign Concept

Adapting what we've seen in the redesigned Play Store, Maps and Play Music

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