28 September 2013

A Side-By-Side Comparison Of iOS 6 And iOS 7 UX Interfaces

San Francisco-based designer Arthur Bodolec, along with developers Chris Polk and Nathan Nathan Barraille have created a side-by-side comparison of the differences in features between Apple's iOS 6 and iOS 7.

In their site, UX Archive, it documents interesting iOS apps’ user flows. This makes for an incredibly helpful tool for working UX/UI designers, giving them an idea of how many screens are needed in a workflow when managing tasks such as creating a list, or signing up new users.

View some screen grabs from UX Archive below:

[via Swiss-Miss]