This is the first draft of the homescreen. Next up is a visual guide of how everything stacks up.
We are keeping the basic layout of Harmattan with three homescreens. The events screen stays almost the same with the difference that the user can act upon the entries there (reply to a tweet etc). The app grid has the added functionality of widgets. Widgets can be tied to a specific app, or be an app by itself (i.e. an app that doesn’t have a full screen UI at all). Widgets are configurable, and can be configured by pressing the pencil button in edit mode. Pulling down beyond the first row should reveal a search box, just like on Harmattan mail application.
The multitasking view gains the possibility to pin applications to specific positions, just like the new tab page of firefox. Pinned apps should autostart at boot.
The notifications section is grouped by person instead of by app. I think this is a more natural approach, but I’d like your feedback on that.
Edit mode can be activated by long tapping on any icon. There you can change positions of apps and widgets, or throw them away by dropping them over the top area of the screen. Flicking them to that direction should also work (see android desktop for that effect).