Striving for a Double-Decker TweetDeck

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 at 11:19 am | 5,071 views | trackback url

TweetDeckI’ve been a long-time user of TweetDeck, and have posted here before describing how to get it cleanly installed on Linux, but one thing that always irked me was the hard-coded, horizontal nature of the UI.

I run a large resolution on my laptop (1920×1200), but even with 8 searches, I’m running off the right of the screen. Horizontally scrolling to the right and left gets tiring fast. Very fast..

So I came up with a mock-up of a slightly new UI idea, which solves this problem in a somewhat elegant way. The configuration for this would be something along the line of thresholds of columns (a “table” in other vernacular), where you specify the maximum number of horizontal columns, and anything more than that flows to vertical rows.

See the below mock-up for what I’m talking about (click the image to enlarge):

Double-decker TweetDeck

So TweetDeck team, are you listening?

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One Response to “Striving for a Double-Decker TweetDeck”

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