@Nathan Yates Something other than a label in the nav bar of an iOS app is normally indicative of a button. I much prefer this versus keeping with the older style of a button border
about 1 year ago
Cool man! Well done and great idea! ;-)
Android's app drawer does this (not the state change, but the transition). Always thought it was pretty cool, but could be interesting to see it in a different context.
Looking good. Reminds me of National Parks app modal animation by @Rally Interactive
@Jeff Broderick Beautifully done.
Very nice !!
Pretty similar to avgrund though ( http://lab.hakim.se/avgrund/ ) but this is very immersive, nice work ;)
Holly crap! That's neat!
Great detail, and such a delightful transition
I love the map icon :)
Very very classy indeed. Good use of the space, would love to play with this!
Who cares if it is similar to what some other app implements? You nailed it, brah.
This, is an innovation.
awesome animation :)
Unique or not, this is great.
Great icon for your map!
This is awesome, man.
Love it, Jeff!
Fantastic man, love it.
Looks cool, but feels weird somehow...
it's amazing! congrats!
As a Designer I appreciate the gentle transition between the two views. As a user I think i'd get a bit annoyed that, in the map view, a chunk of the screen real estate is wasted at the top. Looks great in a Dribbble shot, interested to see how it would feel in real use.
Superb animation (along with the smooth GIF execution). Although, this seems similar to Wunderlist's transitions.
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