Memoire is a note-taking app for Android devices and was originally released in 2016. This page goes over the entire redesign process for its major 2018 refresh.
The app supports four note types; these being to-do lists, regular text notes, notes with embedded images and links. While lists, text and image notes have their own details page, link notes function as shortcuts.
The tags section contains a simple layout. Adding and editing can be done directly from this screen, and the active entries are displayed with higher elevation to signify a state change.
Day & night themes
At night, Memoire swaps all app colors to a darker palette. This happens automatically.
Little details are important, and icon animations appear throughout the app to signify interaction.
Tap to play
Hover to play
Add details > Has details
Has details > Viewing details
Viewing details > Add details
Unchecked > Checked
They also appear when swapping app sections. They help bring the app to life.
Bottom sheets are Memoire's primary component for displaying contextual options.
The options displayed within them can be dynamically swapped or invoked through another sheet, like the examples above show; move displays app locations while ‘Pick color’ and ‘Tags’ bring up new sheets with different layouts.
Memoire also has a customizable widget that displays your cards right on your homescreen.
You can change its theme, opacity, and the user can also choose exactly what type of content to display.