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This striking iOS 8 concept reinvents the homescreen

30
May
2014

Before iOS 7, the weather icon on the iPhones home screen always read 73 degrees and sunny, and none of the app icons sprung to life at all. Not much changed with the redesigned iOS 7, with the exception of an animated clock icon, but designer Jay Machalani has created a concept that overhauls this static experience and transforms the app icons that fill the iPhone’s home screen. Now the 20-year-old self-taught user-experience designer has turned his sights to Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, and he has big ideas. The key to changing anything with iOS is minimalism, consistency, and refinement.

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