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Horizon Max, Atmos on mobile, & Rapid by WarpLight

Read about our newest developments ready for 2022

Horizon Max, mobile & Rapid by WarpLight

Horizon Max

To improve the visibility of text and other elements in the desktop version of Atmos, we’ve increased the text size and redesigned our modals to not only become larger, but to compensate for the larger text sizes as well. Horizon Max preserves the same unique details of Horizon, such as the rounded corners and borders around the buttons. Horizon Max also introduces dynamic header buttons for navigation, adapting to the content contained within the windows.

Atmos for Mobile

We’ve also been working on the mobile client for the Atmos platform, bringing our desktop experience down to a portable size. We’re still working on it, but you can view several design samples above. As part of our development, we remain committed to extensive physical hardware testing to ensure that the user experience is top-notch, no matter which device you use. This testing also helps us catch any design oversights that might slip out into production code.

See the first working prototype

While basic in function, it’s the first step in bringing Atmos to mobile devices, natively. The images shown were pulled directly from an iOS device running the prototype application.

Project Relay is now Rapid by WarpLight

Formerly Project Relay, Rapid is our vision for a fast, privacy-respecting messaging service that safeguards your data end-to-end while remaining deeply integrated with our other services across WarpLight. Rapid is expected to be included with WarpLight Quantum, our upcoming subscription service enabling enhanced experiences throughout the WarpLight platform. We’ll have more to share about Rapid throughout 2022.

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Justin

UI & UX designer, IT & networking infrastructure professional with 30+ IT certifications, founder of WarpLight which develops next-gen web services

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