My Second Notification Center Concept.

This is my second Windows Phone Notification Center concept. Hope you like it!

CREDITS:-

inspiration from: onedrummer2401's post.

tools used: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Microsoft Paint for Windows 7.

Accessible through the Multitasking Screen, this method is probably the best way to implement a Notification Center because it could be accessible anywhere, anytime.

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By holding the back button, the first thing you would see is your current task, previous task and a Notification Center sliced. You'd see the 5 latest notifications on the right without having to swipe or tap anything. And if something interests you, all you have to do is swipe to the right.

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The window of the Hub would then resize to make it more readable. Tapping the app tile would bring you to the Notifications Hub while tapping the details would bring you to the selected app. It could be the other way around, you choose.

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TADAA. Behold the Notifications Hub. It contains all the notifications that you missed for the past few days (maybe a week) and automatically saves it to the cloud!

It's sorted by day, and the other notifications you haven't touched for the past week would be cleared and automatically saved to your SkyDrive account just in case (optional).

As you know, you navigate by scrolling vertically. The latest ones go up front. Tapping a notification brings you to the app to do the actions. Swipe to the right (or left) to navigate through the past days.

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It doesn't end there. You know those extra spaces on the multitasking screen that's just laying there watching you? Being all blank and neutral-like. Well say no more! I've added a quick-settings button on the bottom to access your selected settings on-the-go!

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So.. that's about it. I did this concept for 2 days, and I hope you all like it! Tell me you opinions below!

Since I don't know how to end a post, I'll just put the credits again.

CREDITS:-

inspiration from: onedrummer2401's post.

tools used: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Microsoft Paint for Windows 7.