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I am looking for help with design/ux/ui of stretchly.
stretchly was always the app I made for myself, and while I tried to make it look nice and all, there's a lot of room for improvement.
I think stretchly needs overall redesign and some deep thought about what should be where and how to communicate settings and so on.
All screens would need to be redesign, and some special thought given to organisation of settings
There's a lot of functionalities on tray and on settings and I'm not good with design so if anyone is willing to help, that would be awesome. This could lead to stretchly version 1.0
If you are a ui/ux person or know someone who is and is using stretchly, let them know.
For the ‘next break’ indication, one option on Mac that I personally like is to put it in the dock icon. AntiRSI does that superbly. The two arcs indicate time to the break and the microbreak:
Since icons in the Mac dock are rather compact compared to Windows' taskbar panels, this doesn't take too much space—but is still legible.
Drawing the dock icon is pretty easy in Electron, and I can share a very similar piece of code from another app of mine. However, such animations in Electron do use some CPU—a handful of percents on lower-end machines but still noticeable.
Hi @hovancik @cpshanley what's the status of your engagement? We are also a small team that we already internally put dozen of tweaks, some visual tweaks. I'm in the process to create each one of these tweaks as PRs coming your way @hovancik.
On the design side, we also love to contribute together aside with @cpshanley or if it's stalled, we can take over as well.