When Apple announced OS X 10.10 Yosemite at WWDC last week, the Mac finally received a variation of its os that more carefully appears like a few of the layout philosophies that iOS 7 offered the iPhone and iPad.
Much like when Apple upgraded its mobile operating device in 2013, Yosemite will introduce a face-lift for all Apple’s first-party applications, meanings that third-party designers will have to begin looking at making their own apps fit the total feel and look of the new OS.
That significant shift in user interface style took a while on iOS, and that makes sure to be the situation on the Mac also, but that does not imply that we need to wait for well-liked applications like Dropbox and Tweetbot to obtain their formal updates before we could acquire a concept of just what they may look like as soon as they have actually been entirely Yosemite-ified from scratch.
Keen to leave their style chops to the test, Zinx has commenced taking some of our favored Mac applications and offering them a lick of paint that makes them look right in the house on OS X Yosemite. The list of apps includes Tweetbot, Dropbox and Skype as well as a brand-new Calculator widget, as well. All appearance definitely spectacular, and while it’s real that these are all mockups, we can simply wish that the people which are really dealing with these applications take some design signs from what the people at Zinx have managed ahead up with.
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite is presently in its early beta screening phase, with designers having simply had their hands on the os for a little over a week. It’s visiting take fairly a long time for new app updates to begin presenting, and with Yosemite not due to be released for a good couple of months at finest, they needn’t rush the process right now.