I wanted to test out some design ideas surrounding the GNOME-Shell after I've seen all the nice new updates that came with 3.10. This is in no way completely thought through, it's just a quick attempt at translating the desktop UI onto a smaller touch device (I know that there is no way of accessing the overview except through a hardware button). All comments and critiques are welcome!
# UPDATE 2013-10-06:
I decided to make a second revision of the design and this time basing it on the 1280x768 display of a LG Nexus 4, so that I get a proper reference for the position and size of elements.
* The shape of elements adhere closer to the style of GNOME-Shell's default theme but I've kept my changes that I think improves the user experience. An example is that I've chosen a flatter look and removed borders of most elements.
* The overview now also has the search bar so that it's more accessible.
* An example of the window list overflowing has been provided.
* The pagination on the view showing all installed apps ordered by title are now placed horizontally, differing from the desktop GNOME-Shell since the swiping gesture is then more comfortable on a handheld device.
* An example of a search view has been added.
* An example for the notifications view in the overlay has been added.
p.s. Sorry #GIMP-Artists, this time I implemented the designs in Inkscape since I found it to be much easier handling "objects" like interface elements and aligning objects with it. Though this presentation of all screens has been put together in The GIMP
The search results are supposed to show a longer list with results from the web, even direct results from google/ddg, I just didn't have the time to make it more detailed.