Friday, August 22, 2014

Google Chrome Translucent Yosemite OS X Theme Concept



As you may know, Apple is preparing an all new redesign in OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The updated operating system will feature more brighter gradient colors. One other feature set to come in Yosemite is translucency - similar to the one already seen in iOS 7.

Safari in Yosemite will feature a slim-down interface with a translucent navigation bar that blurs colors of the webpage as you're scrolling. It looks really cool! However, I'm still not a big fan of Safari on the Mac and prefer Google's Chrome.


I thought it'd be really cool for Google to update their popular web browser with a bit of a new interface - and hoped that they adopt a similar look to match the Yosemite style.

At the moment Google Chrome's Beta doesn't have any big U.I. changes for Yosemite, so I though I'd make a few quick concepts of what I think Google should change.


Basically the only changes that I added was a translucent top bar that lets the colors from the webpage seep through, and a bit of a lighten navigation bar. I think these changes would make Chrome look really awesome - and fit right in to OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments! Share if you think the concept looks cool!


------------------------- Update December 13th 2014:

Created a new concept image for what I think a Yosemite Google Chrome theme would/ should look like. This theme is more 'flat' and basic. It uses a white navigation bar with the standard Mac Yosemite gray gradient. Also includes the transparent / translucent tab bar - like in Safari and other Yosemite windows. The URL bar also lets a little bit of color from the page through.


Share this page if you like the theme concept!

7 comments:

  1. You can report in on crbug.com

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    1. Not sure if Google has any plans to add any translucency to Google Chrome on Mac. So... you'd need to convince the people who work on the Chromium project: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/list

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  3. Want this! Have been peeking around all day hoping to find something like this...

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  4. Google should really do something like this for Chrome. At the moment, Chrome doesn't look that great in OS X Yosemite.

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  5. I don't like using Safari, but in Yosemite, it looks cooler than Google Chrome. :(

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