Inbox by Google App Redesign Concept

Sketch, Flinto
Personal Project

Fixing Material Design

If Google asked me to enhance the Inbox mobile app I’d revisit some principles of Material Design as well with a more NUI (Natural User Interface) approach: no hamburger menu (settings under profile dropdown), important buttons to the top (the “+” for instance), better multiple accounts switching, one-step pinning (the tiny blue square), 4-dots menu for folders, unread/pinned info, pinned messages to top, way less hidden features.

A more direct design language

What if the full potential of the user interface was really and immediately at your fingertips? That’s the leading principle for the custom design language I used for this redesign. In addition I focused on making the emails look like real objects in a defined space and the text bigger considering the dimensional range of the target devices.