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AccountManager-MultipleAccounts

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Samarth

Samarth replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 1 from 6 years ago

Jason

Jason replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

Well I saw yours, but I was not seeing how the two could be combined. My focus is around the user story of supporting multiple accounts per service intuitively.
I think t he above UI is the most simple and satisfies all the requirements.

According to the Account manager description:
Must Haves:
add account easily
edit details
multiple accounts of the same service
manage accounts easily
add/modify email settings for a POP3/IMAP account

Functional Requirements
Edit Account details
Sync with server
Managing account preferences
Having multiple accounts of the same service

Yours might be more visually appealing, but it's going to take many more presses and gestures (cover flow) to get to an account. I like this one because it is extremely fast to navigate.

Roshan

Roshan replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

I feel the user must be able to set account preferences for a service. This would allow easy usage of the share feature from other places.

Roshan

Roshan replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

Roshan

Roshan replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

An alternate mockup that incorporates preference management

Zisu

Zisu replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

For the main page, either use this list type layou, or an icon based layout, that, when pressed looks pretty similar to how google images works today

Zisu

Zisu replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

For the main page, either use this list type layou, or an icon based layout, that, when pressed looks pretty similar to how google images works today

Zisu

Zisu replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

For the main page, either use this list type layou, or an icon based layout, that, when pressed looks pretty similar to how google images works today

Zisu

Zisu replied 6 years ago, re: Jason's Version 2 from 6 years ago

For the main page, either use this list type layou, or an icon based layout, that, when pressed looks pretty similar to how google images works today

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