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Android 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and Dialer

June 18th, 2013 | by Thrystan |



Android 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and DialerAndroid 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and DialerAndroid 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and DialerAndroid 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and DialerAndroid 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and Dialer (30 votes, average: 2.73 out of 5)

If you liked the Android 5.0 interface concept that Jinesh Shah created, we have more shots for you. He rendered his vision of the way that the dialer and multitasking may look on Key Lime Pie.

Android 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and Dialer

Multitasking is fist, with the option to peak at the currently open app, but also the option to swipe it away. There’s a card style app layout and the whole thing with the peaking reminds me of BlackBerry 10 OS. Then comes the Android 5.0 People and Dialer, with a card style dialer and the option to use the voice dial and search to call people directly.

Android 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and Dialer

The contacts are now card-based and the most frequently used contact method is shown below the name of each entry. There’s also a dynamic group view and you can organize contacts by group in cards. Finally, there’s the photo gallery from Key Lime Pie, that’s truly changed this time. We can swipe to the camera and check out the highlights for each album and click to access the full album. Even the pics are organized in the same card style that Jinesh Shah seems to like so much.

What do you think?

[via Jinesh Shah]

  1. 4 Responses to “Android 5.0 Design Concept by Jinesh Shah Part 2: Multitasking and Dialer”

  2. By Evan on Jun 20, 2013 | Reply

    A little overkill on the card metaphor. I don’t like the gallery concept at all. The contacts bit looks pretty nice though.

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