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On the real Apple Music App it’s possible to reach some playlists for activities or situations, but it’s generally hard to reach the feature, it’s presented to the user as an emotionless thing, and Apple is definitely underrating it. I integrated the “Mood” section as one of the main features in this concept.
It was designed to be natural and to simulate life-like experience, not only software processing data.
When I opened Apple Music for the first time I noticed that simple actions like “Add to Library“ or “Create Radio Station“ were hidden, so when I wanted to add some songs from a certain playlist to my library, for example, I’d had to go through a 2 to 3-step process.
Thinking about this, I redesigned the Now Playing screen in a way I think it’s truly more convenient.
The “For You” section on Apple’s current App has too much information and too much wrong suggestions, basically irelevant stuff. I think it’s a good idea to make life simple, so I divided this section into 4 categories that music lovers really care about.
On this section, there’s a top banner for featured stuff in general, just like it works on the current Apple Music App, but instead of throwing hundreds of random information to the user, I found this solution:
– Quick Start
– Hot Tracks
– New Music
– Hot Albums
– Featured Artists