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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Winter can be miserably cold, but the dusky, muted colours can be calming and pleasant. That's the inspiration for this design from My Color Screen user duotoned.
Widgets are useful for getting quick information without opening an app. This design skips the icons entirely and gives you the info you need in a dark, old-timey home screen.
For a simple look, My Color Screen user Avinash Barua created this design which features Dashclock-like widgets, peppered with large, eye-catching circles to denote important information or start common tasks.
If old cartoons taught us anything, it's that monochrome colour palettes go pretty well with a dash of red. My Color Screen user JRS takes this approach with today's home screen design.
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.
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.