Tagged With home screens

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Who needs horizontal lines? This home screen design shifts everything on its end, putting all the essential widgets and shortcuts on a stylish diamond grid.

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Few things are as annoying as turning your phone on at night and getting blasted in the face with your bright cheery home screen. This design keeps it minimal, and automatically switches between a light and dark theme depending on the time of day.

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The term "radioactive" can invoke imagery from nuclear reactors to Homer Simpson. This home screen is packed with plutonium powered inspired glowing green. It even comes in both dark and light themes.

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VU meters have a certain delightful nostalgia to them. While we may have more space-efficient ways to measure battery life, this home screen sure looks good doing it.

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Android: The most elegant designs are the ones that can convey the most information in the simplest ways. Today's home screen features a clock, battery meter, and several popup launcher categories in a single circle.

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While South Park may have been ahead of the curve with designs made of coloured paper, the rest of the world has started to catch up. Today's home screen design features a modern, flat look with high contrast colours and plenty of shadows.

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Android: Ask any Windows Phone user and they will tell you that square tiles are a great way to launch apps. But have you ever considered how much better they'd be at a 45 degree angle? Today's home screen answers that question.

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Android: Anyone who has ever walked the streets of New York City has felt the movement and energy of the city. Today's home screen aims to capture a bit of that with some stark contrast and intense angles.

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Android: It couldn't hurt to get outside once in a while, right? Well, maybe tomorrow. Today, you can try out this home screen design, called "Wilderness" which features small, information-dense widgets surrounded by open, airy images of the great outdoors.

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Android: Today's home screen is particularly AMOLED-friendly. While Android goes for a much brighter look these days, this design by My Color Screen user 21macro12 sticks to the dark themes, with only one main strip being the exception.

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"Simple with a splash of colour" is a pretty common theme in interface design. This look goes down a traditional path with a distinct flair, going for simple outlines and text on bright backgrounds.

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Like a dying star rushing towards a singularity, mobile design has been collapsing in on itself to form flat design. In that spirit, My Color Screen user Pitoko has created this simple, bright home screen.