We're designing a pretty unique modal animation/design. What do you guys think?
(Sorry for deleting the old one, this new gif loops now)
8 months ago
Love it. After Effects?
Awesome idea! I want to try it!
Isn't this pretty commonly used in apps? Like Facebook?
Anyway nice job!
Cool, looks great!
Great and innovative concept of depth.
Looks really awesome, I love how the map icon stays in place and I love seeing more people nail these types of rich animations.
I'm assuming this is done with AE, have you played with quartz composer much? We need to start a QC study group :)
Not a fan of covering up the clock! >:O
It's nice, but not unique, doesn't Wunderlist have this?
Love this kind of interactions, it's mostly these details that make me really want to use an app more and more.
But as @Max Bailey said this isn't really "new", a couple of apps are already doing this. If I recall correctly National Parks by National Geographic for example already does something similar with modals. Awesome work nevertheless
Adding depth and polish while maintaining usability. Solid work, Jeff.
Somehow reminds me of those chatheads of Facebook Home.. but looks really cool!
Awesome! Very unique.
I would unfold little map icon at the time modal appears, too.
Really charming, I think it'd be fun to use.
Great work, like the unconventional interaction!
One thing: Should the Map Icon be wrapped inside a button?
I say this because a button is more visually indicative of a hidden function like the 'show map' interaction that you've got going on.
Love the icon Jeff
I really love the effect, but I was wondering what is the improvement over a single-dedicated map screen, or what is the reason for that effect instead. Just curiosity :)
Great animation, but please don't touch the statusbar (also Apple may reject the app because of this "modification")
I'd like to see the map slide up from the bottom!
Regardless of what other people say about other apps possibly having something similar, I still haven't seen it yet and I think you did a great job with the animation. Good work
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