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macOS 11 - Redesign and universal apps?

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I agree. Universal apps would be really great, but redesign? Nah. At least not as shown in the pictures... that looks just horrible :rofl:

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My reaction to this is that a pretty fancy designer switched to macOS recently and thinks he knows how macOS should *look*… Honestly, it looks like an information design disaster in most cases. Some of the root concepts are interesting, but the interface execution is "oh look, it's macOS so all it needs to be is fancy looking"… which couldn't be farther from the truth for anyone who truly uses macOS.
 

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Universal Apps ? No Thanks !  Better two separate world MacOs and iOS , but with specific great apps !!

This is  IMMO ....

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Looks like a homemade designer making useless "concepts" to share likes in dribble or behance with another "designers".

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Tbh, it look noice!

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Tho, it's way too drastic, and Apple will not make it like that, unless they go with a touch friendly interface (which they said they will not do). And as fantomas1 said, it's gonna be macOS 10.14, as 11 would mean some really huge leap in the OS.

Edited by midi-sama

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Looking at the WWDC 2018 logo, im confident to say that they will announce a "Design Language/System" of their own (like Google with their Material Design & Windows with their Fluent Design System).

This will hopefully will lead to iOS and macOS redesign which should be better than this i guess, both iOS and macOS have gotten old with their design.

Universal Apps, Yes Please !!

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