1. AJ Menon's Avatar
    Guys, I'm studying interaction design and I've been working on a redesign for certain elements I'm generally dissatisfied with on the Windows platform. Just wanted to know if I'm allowed to post those stuff here or not. If yes, which section can I post them in?

    Would love any creative criticism from the biggest Windows community!

    Thank you!
    02-19-2015 01:06 AM
  2. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    You can post them here - Windows Phone Concepts & Dream Devices - Windows Central Forums

    I think you need to hit a certain post count prior to being able to upload or share links but I'm not sure if that's in force.

    If you're dissatisfied why are you still on WP? Not all OS are for all people. You can make custom launchers for Android.
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    02-19-2015 03:05 AM
  3. AJ Menon's Avatar
    Alright thanks.

    I'm still on WP because I love the way it's made. But we have to agree there are certain aspects we all wish could have been made better.

    Think of it as feedback, just presented visually rather than writing it out.
    02-19-2015 07:14 AM
  4. Shankar chandran S's Avatar
    If I could chose to go back to wp8 with action center and transparent tiles I will chose it over any other OS. But it is just me, never had much bragging rights with 3%.
    I hope they don’t just drop pivot all together, touchable icons for the newer sheeps (who may or may not come to a knock out of their favorite OS(Correct me if I am wrong. Saw the hand on video and deleted the insider program , really hopes someone correct me )) and pivot for the originals.
    02-19-2015 07:33 AM
  5. AJ Menon's Avatar
    The pivots are the core of navigation system in WP. Dropping it, in my view is like more or less cutting a big branch off in the Modern UI ecosystem. From what I see in the Windows 10 tech preview, they seem to be moving more in that direction, which more or less is like leaning toward Android.

    However, I do appreciate the part where they have borrowed necessary features like actionable notifications and expandable action center though. For some reason, I feel MS need to bring back stuff from WP7. That was so beautiful in terms of clean visual aesthetics.
    02-19-2015 08:07 AM

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