With Twitter clients a dime a dozen, and the service's push to create their own clients on their different platforms, why not provide the Windows world a first class client?
Thus, Twitter for Windows. Taking cues from the popular Echofon on the Mac, as well as MetroTwit on Windows, plus some cues from Twitter for Windows Phone, the application would take a very clean, focused appearance, providing users a straight forward UI to tweet to their heart's content.
Not as complex and in-depth as TweetDeck or MetroTwit, the client would be more for the novice user, functionality in the screen focused on one portion of the service, not columns and columns searches and options
Any thoughts? Comments? Suggestions?
*To explain the layout above, the left most window would be the primary view that the user would get with the option to look at their main stream, @ replies, direct messages, lists, and search. The second view is an example of what a profile would look like, the slider coming out of the application and presenting that users latest tweets, profile, and their states. The right most would be the application's ability to be mounted to the left or right of the user's screen, always on top, to be there while the user does other things.Twitter for Windows Series (part of Metrofy):