Come this fall (expect October) the Mac is due to get a major visual overhaul by way of OS X 10.10 Yosemite bringing a new look to system icons, folders, windows, and even the iconic Dock, but much of OS X will remain structurally the same this year perhaps saving a more comprehensive change for another iteration.
Ramotion, Inc., though, has shared a view into what a more comprehensive change to OS X could, and maybe should, bring with a redesigned, not just theme changed, OS X Inspector window. The concept takes more cues from the design ideas introduced to Apple’s software in iOS 7 taking advantage of space and lines for clarity creating a friendlier Inspector window.
In many cases, the concept suggests a more robust Inspector window with greater support for multimedia and addressing popular uses like copying the file path to a clipboard more intuitively.
For now, though, OS X’s Inspector will keep its rather dated layout and design resembling much earlier versions of OS X.
Check out Ramotion’s project in its entirety on Behance to see how various file formats could interact differently.