HTC and Motorola might have their own “Sense” and “Motoblur” UIs but some people are not still satisfied and thats encouraging for Android. Folks over Larva Labs and Ideas on Purpose have designed a prototype of their own Android Intelligent Home Screen.
According to Larva Labs:
The main idea is to separate your personal information from things of general interest. So, emails, phone calls and things directed specifically at you go above the status bar, while feeds and public information go below. Then, depending on the situation, you can drag the status bar up or down to indicate what type of information you’re more interested in. The newest entries of each type are prioritized in the layout, so you always see the most recent items possible given the space provided.
Watch the Video of this home screen in use here.